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Alameda Author Series III

AAUW Alameda Branch and Friends of the Alameda Free Library present
Alameda Authors Series III

Rebecca Gomez Farrell

Rebecca Gomez Farrell

on her book
Wings Unseen
 

February 25, 2019, 6:00 p.m.
in the Stafford Room
Alameda Free Library
1550 Oak Street
Alameda 94501
Reservations requested:

https://rebeccagomezfarrell-aauw2019.eventbrite.com

For more information, please contact AAUW Alameda at alameda-ca@aauw.net or see our Web site at http://alameda-ca.aauw.net/
Event telephone: 510.463.4966 Kevis Brownson (leave message)

Details:

For the third year, AAUW Alameda presents a spring series of talks featuring authors who live and write in Alameda and nearby, now co-sponsored by the Friends of the Alameda Free Library. Our February author Rebecca Gomez Farrell will discuss her novel Wings Unseen and her current writing projects.

 

About the book:

The Meduan and Lanserim ways of life are as compatible as oil and water. But when a menacing threat descends upon both countries, devouring all living things in its wake and leaving only husks of skin behind, Lansera’s young Prince Janto and his fiancée, Serra, must learn to work together with the bedeviling Vesperi, an unpredictable Meduan who may possess the only weapon that can save them—the Silver Flame.

 

About the author:

Rebecca Gomez Farrell writes all the speculative fiction genres she can conjure up. Her first fantasy novel, Wings Unseen, debuted in August 2017 from Meerkat Press. You can find her short stories in over 20 anthologies, magazines, and websites including Dark Luminous Wings, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Fright into Flight. Becca co-leads the 400-member strong East Bay Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Meetup group and organizes a chapter of the national Women Who Submit writing organization, which encourages female writers to send their work out for publication. She also co-moderates Facebook resource groups for female-identifying writers and is a regular participant in the Bay Area literary reading scene. Becca’s food, drink, and travel blog, theGourmez.com has garnered multiple accolades and influences every tasty bite of her fictional worldbuilding. Fiction Website: RebeccaGomezFarrell.com. Social Media: @theGourmez.

 

For more information, please contact AAUW Alameda at alameda-ca@aauw.net or see our Web site at http://alameda-ca.aauw.net/
Event telephone: 510.463.4966 Kevis Brownson (leave message)

AAUW Alameda Educational Fundraiser Luncheon

Ed Fund Lunch – February 9th,11:30 am
Alameda Hospital Conference Room A (2nd Floor)
2070 Clinton Avenue, Alameda

At our February Ed Lunch we will hear from Andrea Morgan about air pollution, climate change, and public policy

Andrea Morgan

Andrea Morgan

Andrea Morgan is an AAUW Career Development Grant recipient. She is in her final semester at UC Berkeley where she is pursuing concurrent master’s degrees in public policy and environmental engineering. Her work and studies center around reducing air pollution and combating climate change while promoting environmental equity. Prior to attending graduate school, she was an environmental engineer at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for five years, where she worked on air quality and environmental justice issues in the Midwest. She is a licensed professional engineer and hails from Los Angeles.

This is our only Ed Fund event of the year so don’t forget to bring your checkbook to the lunch.  The anticipated donation amount is $25 per member.   You may also donate on line, or send your check payable to AAUW Funds to Karen Scanlon, 1259 Hawthorne St, Alameda, CA 94501.  AAUW has a long and distinguished history of advancing educational and professional opportunities for women in the United States and around the globe. As one of the world’s largest sources of funding for graduate women, AAUW provided more than $3.7 million in fellowships and grants last year.


AAUW Alameda Educational Fundraiser Luncheon

February 9, 2019 11.30am
The Alameda Hospital, Conference Room A
2040 Clinton Ave, Alameda CA 94501

Please select a salad or sandwich. All salads and sandwiches come with a chocolate chip cookie. Salads and half sandwich/ salads come with a freshly baked piece of Baguette. Coffee and water. Reserve by Friday Feb 1 by email or phone to Penny Washbourn pwashbou@hotmail.com, or 510-748-7455 and leave message.

Make check out to AAUW Alameda for $18.00
501 Lagunaria Lane, Alameda CA 94502

  1. Full Salad: Asian Sesame with Chicken, with romaine, cilantro, toasted almonds, wonton strips and Asian Sesame vinaigrette
  2. Full Salad Vegetarian: Modern Greek with Quinoa ,cucumbers, Kalamata olives, feta cheese, toasted almonds, Greek dressing

3A Tuna Salad Sandwich served on Focaccia, with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, chips and pickle

3B Half Tuna Salad Sandwich and Seasonal Greens salad (see below)

4A Napa Almond chicken salad sandwich served on Sesame Semolina bread with celery, seedless grapes, almonds, lettuce, tomatoes, special dressing, chips and pickle

4B Half Napa Almond Chicken salad sandwich with Seasonal Greens salad (see below)

5A. Bacon Turkey Bravo sandwich served on tomato basil bread with bacon, gouda, lettuce and tomato and 1000 island dressing, chips and pickle.

5B. Half Bacon Turkey Bravo sandwich served on tomato basil bread and bacon, gouda, lettuce and tomato and 1000 island dressing with Seasonal Greens salad of arugula, romaine, radicchio, tomatoes, cucumber, red onions, reduced fat balsamic vinaigrette.