Friday, June 29th, 2018Guest Column in the Durham Herald-News on Child Separation Policy
"Child separation is not policy: it's torture" Nurse, child touch expert and international educator Jan Tedder speaks with me about how, for a small child, being deprived of the closeness and touch of parents is tantamount to torture and leaves lasting damage.
Wednesday, July 12th, 2017Dorothy Potter Snyder Reads New Fiction at The Sewanee School of Letters
Join me in Sewanee, TN at 4:30 pm (CST) for the MFA Candidate reading! I will be reading a new short story, and other writers and poets will be reading new works. Click on the link for more information.
Monday, May 22nd, 2017Translations of stories by Mónica Lavín in Sewanee Review
I am happy to announce that the Spring edition of the newly-designed The Sewanee Review features three of my translations of the short stories of Mexican writer Mónica Lavín, and will be accompanied by my introduction. Thanks to Mónica, photographer Hans-Paul Brauns, and special thanks to Adam Ross, the new editor at TSR, for being "over the moon" with our work.
Sunday, November 6th, 2016Article in Public Seminar on Hillsborough Firebombing
My article on the Hillsborough firebombing is out today on Public Seminar.
Friday, August 7th, 2015Cohousing: An introduction
Here\'s my latest in Fifty is the New Fifty magazine: an introduction to the growing trend of people creating community intentionally on the cohousing model.
Tuesday, May 19th, 2015Live Today in Fifty is the New Fifty
My new relationship with the magazine Fifty is the New Fifty launches today with my article "The New Minimalism: Why Having Less is the New More". I love how the magazine is allowing longer pieces, and am grateful to be welcomed to their writing team.
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Sunday, January 18th, 2015The Durham (NC) News: Why I Am Charlie
A guest column meditating on the meaning of the Charlie Hebdo murders in Paris, France.
Monday, October 20th, 2014Fall/Winter Edition of The Westchester Wedding Planner Hits the Newsstansd
...And my first issue as Editor. The magazine is available in CA and NY at Barnes $ Noble, Whole Foods Market, and a variety of independent newsstands. Check us out! Congratulations to Publisher Aida Krgin for her vision and gorgeous photography.
Monday, June 9th, 2014Gone Fishing
I will be up here on the Domain writing until July 19th. I am reading for Mark Rasmussen and his fantastic course, "The Romance of Arthur", and for veteran journalist Neal Shea's Creative Non-Fiction workshop. I will be accepting assignments again July 21. Check out my photo page as the summer progresses for images of my wonderful writing journey here at Sewanee.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014Book "Significant! From Frustrated to Franne-tastic" is on shelves now!
I edited and collaborated with author and Significant Business Results coach Franne McNeil on her new book, "Significant! From Frustrated to Franne-tastic". She is a real power-house motivator, and her ideas about how women can derive creative power from delving into their personal stories are spot on. I am very proud to be Franne's editor on this project.
Sunday, January 26th, 2014"Good Science Must Lead the Way to Deer Solution"
My Opinion Piece in the News Observer, January 26, 2014.
Monday, October 18th, 2010Daughter of Job playing on French Radio
This wonderful all piano format is playing Daughter of Job alongside Debussy and Norah Jones titles, both on air and via internet. Check them out! And if you hear Job and like it, send them positive feedback on Job in their "Livre d'Or" on the site!
Wednesday, July 16th, 2008Dorothy to Open for The Dave Mason Band July 16
I am excited to be opening for The Dave Mason Band at the Tarrytown Music Hall on July 16, 2008. My acoustic set will feature all new songs that I'll be recording later this summer on my first solo CD in a few years, and so this show feels like a big step forward. With me will be playing Aaron Gilmartin (guitar and backgrounds) and Ivan Bodley (upright bass). Tickets selling fast, so call the music hall soon!
Tarrytown Music Hall, 13 Main Street, Tarrytown, NY 10591
Phone: (914) 631-3390