The Spring 2007 SisterDivas magazine is live!
SisterDivas is pleased to talk with phenomenal performance poet and slam survivor, Megan A. Volpert, aka Dr. Madelyn Hatter. Check out her interview, where she talks about her writing, her inspiration, and much more!
Author Shonia Brown comes to SisterDivas to share information about Nghosi, her labor of love, a company created to bring together small businesses and independent artists for a combined effort to create total success for all involved.
In her latest article “Fitness Myths,” celebrity fitness trainer Madison Chase discusses some of the excuses we make when trying to stay fit and offers a few tips to keep in mind during our journey to better health.
In “Respect Everybody’s Model of the World,” Dr. Cherry Collier discusses the importance in acknowledging…and embracing the differences that others encompass.
Every spring marks the time when people begin cleaning their homes, throwing away old things to make way for the new — aka, ALL THAT GLITTERS. In this issue, Melodye Shore explores the idea of taking that same initiative to take care of our planet in her article, “Spring Cleaning!”
WE HAVE REACHED THE LAST EPISODE OF THE MISADVENTURES OF A SBF! For over two years, we have entertained you with Campbell and her road to publication and love. We hope you have enjoyed the story, and stay tuned for this summer when we offer a new serial!
Last time, in episode #8: Still feeling down, Campbell was determined to go out and have fun to celebrate receiving her royalty check. When she opened her front door, expecting to see her date David, she got a shocking surprise.
NOW–In our final episode, episode #9, Campbell comes face to face with Christian…will they or won’t they get together?
Read to find out!
In her short piece, writer Eve Hall shares with us WHAT WOMEN WANT, and through poetry, illustrates the SISTERHOOD.
Lisa Brown, founder of the organization I’ll Speak talks with SD about the organization and the importance of women sharing their stories – for the betterment of themselves and their relationships with others.
In her piece, “A Professional Housewife,” Dawn S. Veltman, J.D., tackles a topic that is always in the front of many women’s minds – how does one be both a great worker on the outside of the family home and a loving mother and wife on the inside? Does a woman really need to pick one?
In our new column, A DAY IN THE LIFE, we look at the occupation – president of a small press – through the eyes of Pam Osbey, CEO of Osbey Books. By looking at A DAY IN HER LIFE, you’ll learn that when one takes on the job of running a small press, she takes on MANY JOBS!
Come see what books, music, tv shows, and movies made the BUZZ cut for the spring!!
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