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¿Que es lo primero que se te cruza por el marote cuando escuchas la palabra Harlem? ¿negros? ¿peligro? ¿drogas? ¿pobreza? ... bueno, lamentablemente eso es lo que piensa la mayoria (te aplaudo si no lo hiciste!), pero esta parte de la isla tiene tanta historia, tan interesante y es tanto mas que estos preconceptos que aun hoy nos siguen metiendo en la cabeza que te pido te olvides, por un rato, de la Nueva York de Sex & the City y me acompañes a pasear por sus calles.

  East Harlem - Spanish Harlem 
El Barrio

[Mural "The Spirit of East Harlem" by Manny Vega]

Te aseguro que no te vas a arrepentir (siempre podes apretar el boton de next blog). Ah, y subi el volumen que, en definitiva, la vida es un carnaval!

[Como diria Celia: azucar! (dedicado a mi cubana preferida, Yoky)]

Primero, y como es habitual en mi, los dormire un poco con una especie de amansadora introductoria de este singular barrio.

El Harlem no es uno, sino tres (o dos, segun a quien le pregunten). El West Harlem -oeste de la Ave. St Nicholas y norte de la calle 123- El Central Harlem -este no hace falta explicar (abri algun mapa) el centro es el centro aca, alla y en la luna- y por ultimo el que nos compete hoy: el East Harlem o si te pinta el Spanish Harlem o, mejor aun, El Barrio.

[Puerto Rico en NYC]

La historia del Harlem tampoco es una sola. Si bien la parte oeste y central  esta mayormente habitada por poblacion negra ('Harlem negro': temon para otra entrada), la parte este del vecindario es casi completamente latina.

 [¿En donde sino un nombre como este?!]

El Harlem es una muestra mas del crisol de razas que es, en si, los estados unidos de america. ¿Su historia? Uh, podria remontarme a la epoca de los primeros colonos (holandeses) y seguir con la invasion Britanica, la matanza de indigenas, la llegada de inmigrantes alemanes, italianos, irlandeses,  judios (del este europeo) y mas. Podria contarles como esta region de la isla fue poblandose cada año un poco mas hasta llegar a ser lo que es hoy en dia.  Tambien podria escribir sobre como y porque los negros o miles de puertorriqueños encontraron su 'hogar' por aca. Nada fue casual. O quizas compartirles, cuantas veces cayo, reboto y volvio a levantarse esta parte de la isla, que por decadas y decadas fue  testigo del olvido, de la desproteccion, del aislamiento, de sangre derramada por culpa de esa estrechez humana que tanto nos caracteriza. Podria... pero  todo esto me llevaria una vida, asique si tienen alguna inquietud agarren un libro (jajajja!)

He leido que el Harlem fue considerado el slum (villa miseria) mas grande de todo el pais. He visto videos de los años 80 (gracias youtube) que reflejan calles y calles de desolacion, ruina  y  tristeza. Pero como dije por alla arriba, el Harlem es tanto mas que esto. 

El Harlem es un microcosmos dentro de este pais, dentro de esta ciudad. Un microcosmos de una nación que ha crecido tanto y al mismo tiempo, superado o intentado superar las diferencias culturales, que miren ustedes, hoy en dia una minoria es su presidente.

Pero el Harlem español tiene su historia particular. Esta parte del Harlem fue hogar para muchas etnias. Harlem aleman, Harlem irlandes, Harlem judio, Harlem italiano y hoy dia, EL BARRIO. No se ustedes, pero yo alucino con el solo hecho de pensar que comunidades enteras hicieron su hogar aca por años, para luego ser desplazados y sustituidos por otra 'comunidad/pueblo'.  Esto no es historia, esto sigue pasando hoy. Y me pregunto: esa gente, ¿a donde va?  
 
El Barrio fue la casa lejos de casa de los primeros puertorriqueños emigrados. Unos pocos llegaron despues de la primera guerra mundial, y se fueron instalando en lo que hasta ese entonces era el Harlem Italiano.  La gran ola de boricuas llego a NY luego de la segunda guerra mundial. Fue en ese entonces cuando esta parte del Harlem, empezo a llamarse 'El Barrio'. ¿Los tanos? No se, supongo que al mejorar su nivel socio-economico se rajaron para otros barrios. Años mas tarde, caribeños, sudamericanos, mexicanos, turcos y algunos mas, que seguro me estoy olvidando, empezaron a echar raices por aca.

[Bandera grafiteada]

Desde hace algunos años atras, segun lo que vi-lei-escuche o invente, mucho blanquito se esta mudando para aca. Hasta el hartazgo se escucha la frase 'up and coming' (¿pujante?)  en relacion a este barrio. Se estan renovando un monton de brownstones hechos pomada para convertirlos en departamentos de alquiler. Hace poco inauguraron, en una ex fabrica,  un mega centro comercial con un Best Buy, un Target, un Marshalls, un Costco y etceteras. Y  con solo caminar por sus calles se nota un cierto aire de aburguesamiento o gentrificacion (tomen la palabra que menos escozor les de). Demas esta decir, que el pibe (llamese pibe al puertorriqueño que vive aca desde hace mas de 50 años y que no quiere pagar el doble de alquiler cuando el Harlem 'mejore')  del barrio esta intentando evitar esto y verse, en unos años, de patitas en la calle, buscando un nuevo barrio para jugar al domino y tomarse un ron con sus compañeros de cuadra.

[parte del Mural "The Spirit of East Harlem"]

La idea del paseo empezo siendo una y terminamos haciendo cualquiera.  Logicamente, lo que yo queria ver nunca lo encontre (eso me pasa por no averiguar antes). Resultado: nos perdimos por ahi y esto es algo de lo que vimos pateando el barrio:

sus calles ... 










 sus casas...










su gente...







su comunidad...
(y sus cientos de iglesias!, ¿una por cuadra?, y casi...)



[jardin comunitario, Plant-a-lot]

[haciendo politica ... curioso cartelito a la izq., mister Obama y Gasparin a la derecha]

[¿y porque no?, no todo es salsa, bomba, plena y mariachis por el barrio]

[y empezaron las iglesias]

['Iglesia del Buen Vecino'... alucine con esta]

['East Harlem Fellowship'. Empezo como un cafecito para la comunidad y entre charla y charla formaron una iglesia]

[mi casa... tu iglesia]

[y tambien, El centro cultural islamico de New York]

sus murales...

[en donde cada piedra es arte]









Esto son solo algunos de los cientos de murales que invaden las paredes de este barrio. Al turista de tour que viene al Harlem en bus lo llevan al 'Graffiti Hall of Fame', pero como yo soy rebelde, no fui.  En este blog se intenta evitar el turismo de libro... a veces falla, claro.  

Lo que no fallo es la comilona que nos mandamos al final del paseo. Esta parte nunca, pero nunca falla. 

 
[Joy Burger Bar]

[y yo, como estoy a dieta estricta, me pedi unos chicken fingers y una batatas fritas]

Vamos loco despiertense que ya termino ...

El Harlem me gusta, y me gusta mucho. Por que es un fiel reflejo de la realidad de este pais.  Uno se puede olvidar que existe esto, uno puede elegir no pasar de la calle 96 y quedarse calentito en su sillon, mirando alguno de los 567 canales de TV donde pasan Football, American Idol (¿sigue?) y reality shows de chicas con tetas de plastico y  vidas de mentira. O pueden elegir salir a caminar y descubrir los mil mundos que se esconden por esta ciudad.

Tenia preparada otro tipo de reflexion al mejor estilo Peperino Pómoro, pero no me puedo arriesgar a que me cierren el blog!

pd: me estoy riendo tanto tanto tanto que por favor les pido, no dejen de leer a Peperino Pomoro (gente argentina sobretodo) en wikipedia. Hace rato que no me reia de esta manera.

Ahora si, me rajo. 

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Οι υποστηρικτές της αύξησης των κατώτατων μισθών θα πρέπει να ρίξουν μια προσεκτική ματιά στη Βενεζουέλα και την Ελλάδα, όπου οι γενναιόδωρες αυξήσεις των κατώτατων μισθών οδήγησαν τους εργαζόμενους στις ουρές για επιδόματα ανεργίας. 

Από: capital.gr / Forbes - Του Panos Mourdoukoutas

Στις ΗΠΑ ο αγώνας του κινήματος που διεκδικεί κατώτατο ωρομίσθιο 15 δολαρίων αρχίζει να παίρνει έκταση. Η μία πολιτεία μετά την άλλη και η μία πόλη μετά την άλλη ψηφίζουν νόμο για να αυξήσουν τον κατώτατο μισθό στα 15 δολάρια. Στο μεταξύ, τα κέρδη μισθών αρχίζουν να εμφανίζονται στα εθνικά στοιχεία. Τους τελευταίους δώδεκα μήνες, οι μέσες ωριαίες αποδοχές αυξήθηκαν κατά 3,4%, σύμφωνα με στατιστικά στοιχεία που δημοσίευσε η κυβέρνηση των ΗΠΑ την Παρασκευή - αρκετά πιο πάνω από τον πληθωρισμό.

Οι αυξήσεις του κατώτατου μισθού είναι καλές -όταν καθοδηγούνται από τις δυνάμεις της αγοράς και όταν οι εταιρείες αναπτύσσονται και μπορούν να τις καλύψουν. Όπως μια αύξηση του ελάχιστου μισθού που ανακοίνωσε η Costco αυτή την εβδομάδα, ακολουθώντας αρκετά τρίμηνα ισχυρών πωλήσεων στα καταστήματά της.

Αλλά μπορεί να είναι κακό πράγμα όταν είναι αποτέλεσμα κυβερνητικής εντολής.

Για παράδειγμα, όταν οι εταιρείες πρέπει να τις καλύπτουν ακόμη και σε στιγμές που οι πωλήσεις μειώνονται και αγωνίζονται να επιβιώσουν. Σε μια τέτοια περίπτωση, οι αυξήσεις μισθών ισοδυναμούν με επίδομα και όχι με ανταμοιβή για εργασία.



Γι αυτό το λόγο η Wall Street είναι εναντίον του κατώτατου μισθού που υπαγορεύεται από την κυβέρνηση.

"Είμαστε βασικά υποστηρικτές των ελεύθερων αγορών και των αντιπάλων της κυβερνητικής παρέμβασης", λέει ο Murray Gunn, επικεφαλής της έρευνας για την προοπτική της παγκόσμιας αγοράς της Elliott Wave International. "Αν οι δυνάμεις της αγοράς υπαγορεύσουν αύξηση του κατώτατου μισθού, αυτό είναι ένδειξη μιας αναπτυσσόμενης οικονομίας. Μία αύξηση των ελάχιστων μισθών με κυβερνητική εντολή είναι το αντίθετο. Μακροπρόθεσμα, οποιαδήποτε προσπάθεια χειρισμού οικονομικών μεταβλητών θα διορθωθεί τελικά από τις δυνάμεις της αγοράς. "

Ποιο είναι το χειρότερο πράγμα που μπορεί να συμβεί σε αυτή την περίπτωση; Απλά ρίξτε μια ματιά στη Βενεζουέλα.

Υπάρχει ένας μακρύς κατάλογος πραγμάτων που κατέστρεψαν την πάλαι ποτέ ακμάζουσα οικονομία της. Οι γενναιόδωρες αυξήσεις των κατώτατων μισθών είναι ένα από αυτά, σύμφωνα με τον Dr. Rainer Zitelmann, ιστορικό, κοινωνιολόγο και συγγραφέα του "The Power of Capitalism".

"Η αναστροφή της οικονομικής τύχης της Βενεζουέλας ξεκίνησε τη δεκαετία του 1970, πολύ πριν από την ανάληψη της εξουσίας από τον Hugo Chavéz, καθιστώντας ακόμα χειρότερες τις συνθήκες", λέει ο Zitelmann. "Ένας από τους λόγους για τα προβλήματα της Βενεζουέλας ήταν ο ασυνήθιστα υψηλός βαθμός κυβερνητικής ρύθμισης της αγοράς εργασίας. Από το 1974 και μετά, οι κανόνες που εφαρμόζοντας ελέγχονταν σε ένα ένα επίπεδο που ήταν πρωτοφανές σχεδόν οπουδήποτε αλλού στον κόσμο - πόσω μάλλον στη Λατινική Αμερική".

Πόσο μακριά έφτασε η ρύθμιση της αγοράς εργασίας από την κυβέρνηση της Βενεζουέλας; "Με την προσθήκη του ισοδύναμου μισθών 5,35 μηνών στο κόστος απασχόλησης ενός ατόμου το 1972, το μη μισθολογικό κόστος εργασίας εκτοξεύτηκε για να προσθέσει το ισοδύναμο μισθών 8,98 μηνών το 1992", λέει ο Zitelmann.

Τα υπόλοιπα έχουν καταγραφή στην ιστορία, με μια ενδιαφέρουσα εξέλιξη. Η κυβέρνηση της Βενεζουέλας εξακολουθεί να αυξάνει τον κατώτατο μισθό καθώς η χώρα βαδίζει στο χείλος της κατάρρευσης.

Τον περασμένο Απρίλιο, ο πρόεδρος Nicolas Maduro ανακοίνωσε αύξηση κατά 155% του κατώτατου μισθού. Αυτή είναι η 13η αύξηση από τότε που ο Maduro έγινε Πρόεδρος. Το πρόβλημα είναι ότι η αύξηση του Maduro δεν βοήθησε πολύ τους εργαζόμενους που λάμβαναν τον κατώτατο μισθό να καλύψουν το αυξανόμενο κόστος ζωής.

Ο πληθωρισμός στη Βενεζουέλα "τρέχει" με ρυθμό 8900%, καθώς το 37% του εργατικού δυναμικού παρέμεινε άνεργο.

Για να είμαστε δίκαιοι, οι ρυθμίσεις στην αγορά εργασίας δεν ήταν ο μόνος παράγοντας παρακμής της Βενεζουέλας. Σε αυτό συνέβαλαν πολλές άλλες σοσιαλιστικές πολιτικές. Όπως το κύμα των εθνικοποιήσεων πίσω στα τέλη της δεκαετίας του 1970, οι έλεγχοι των τιμών και οι μεγάλες επιδοτήσεις υπό τον πρόεδρο Caldera. και οι έλεγχοι συναλλάγματος που ευνόησαν τους ξένους κατασκευαστές έναντι των εγχώριων κατασκευαστών.

Έπειτα, υπάρχει και η Ελλάδα.

Ο κατώτατος μισθός αυξήθηκε από ελαφρώς κάτω από 600 ευρώ το 2000 σε περίπου 900 ευρώ έως το 2011, σύμφωνα με την Eurostat. Πρόκειται για αύξηση κατά 50%, πολύ υψηλότερη από τις αυξήσεις ελάχιστων μισθών που έγιναν την ίδια περίοδο στην Ισπανία και την Πορτογαλία.
Αυτή ήταν μια περίοδος άνθισης για την ελληνική οικονομία, χρηματοδοτούμενη από χρέος, άφθονο χρέος. Και όλοι γνωρίζουμε τι συνέβη όταν το χρέος έληξε και η ελληνική οικονομία διολίσθησε στη χειρότερη μεταπολεμική ύφεση.
Κάποιες εταιρείες περιόρισαν τις δραστηριότητές τους ή έβαλαν οριστικό λουκέτο. Άλλες μετεγκαταστάθηκαν σε γειτονικές Βαλκανικές χώρες - όπως η Βουλγαρία, όπου ο κατώτατος μισθός ήταν το ένα τέταρτο των μισθών της Ελλάδας.
Μια τρίτη ομάδα ελληνικών εταιρειών - εκείνων με τιμολογιακή δύναμη - αύξησαν τις τιμές, μετακυλύοντας το βάρος στους καταναλωτές. Και μια τέταρτη ομάδα έγιναν οργανισμοί κοινωνικής πρόνοιας, διατηρώντας το εργατικό τους δυναμικό βασισμένες στις άμεσες ή έμμεσες κρατικές επιδοτήσεις για να συνεχίσουν να λειτουργούν.
Είτε μας αρέσει είτε όχι, η οικονομική ύφεση κατέστησε τις κυβερνητικές αυξήσεις κατώτατων μισθών ασήμαντες. Ο κατώτατος μισθός της Ελλάδας μειώθηκε από 876 ευρώ το 2012 σε 683 το 2018, καθώς το 17% του εργατικού δυναμικού παρέμεινε άνεργο.
Η Βενεζουέλα και η Ελλάδα μπορεί να είναι ακραία παραδείγματα, αλλά δίνουν ένα καλό μάθημα: οι μισθοί δεν πρέπει να συγχέονται με τα επιδόματα πρόνοιας. Δεν πρέπει να δίνονται κατ εντολή, πρέπει να κερδίζονται.

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EVENTS and ANNOUNCEMENTS

Registration is underway now for 49 Writers classes and workshops, both in Anchorage and online. Learn more and register here

Congrats to Eowyn Ivey, whose new novel, To the Bright Edge of the World, was nominated for the Carnegie Medal in fiction.  

Playwright Edward Albee died on Friday, September 16, 2016. 

Alaska Humanities Forum reminds us: take part in the Library of Congress National Book Festival from the comfort of your own home! Check out the live stream of interviews with authors and other festival sessions this Saturday, September 24 from 8AM - 2PM Alaska time. #NatBookFest | more info 

Best American Poetry 2016 features Olena Kalytiak Davis's poem "On the Certainty of Bryan", previously published in Alaska  Quarterly Review. Also, Best American Short Stories 2016 features Daniel O'Malley's story "Bridge" and Raul Palma's story "Eminent Domain" is cited as a Distinguished Story of the year. Best American Essays 2016 features an essay by Ela Helen Harrison. 

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ANCHORAGE | Eowyn Ivey will be signing To the Bright Edge of the World at Costco on Dimond from noon until 2 PM. 

ANCHORAGE | Publication Consultants, in association with Alaska Book Week, is hosting the Great Alaska Book Fair sponsored in part by The Mall at Sears and Anchorage Public Library. They suggest that anyone interested in participating in The Great Alaska Book Fair respond before all tables are reserved. Concurrent event will include: a Farmer's Market, a Sidewalk Sale and the Better Business Bureau's Shred Day, and a Financial Fitness Fair; it's the same day that The Mall at Sears features an annual sidewalk sale to coincide with the release of Permanent Fund Dividends. If you're interested you can sign up for a table hereBook fair hours are 10 AM to 6 PM on Saturday, October 8, 2016. Tables will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. Authors are responsible for their own sales—and pocket all the money. There will not be a central check out register. There is a charge of $50 per table. Authors may share tables if they'd like. 


BUILDING FIRES IN THE SNOW (BFITS) SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA BOOK TOUR
BFITS READING & BOOK SIGNING
Saturday, September 24, 2016, 6-7:30 PM
Homer Public Library, 500 Hazel Avenue, Homer, AK
Building Fires in the Snow: A Collection of Alaska LGBTQ Short Fiction and Poetry is a pathbreaking book, the first to anthologize stories and poems from this perspective. The collection explores the deep connection between LGBTQ Alaskans, the urban context and the wilderness that surrounds them both. Editor Martha Amore, along with contributors Teresa Sundmark, Dawnell Smith and Teeka Ballas, will give a short reading.
A Question and Answer session and book signing will follow. FREE | Presented with Friends of the Homer Library.

BFITS BOOK SIGNING
Thursday, September 29, 2016, 5-7 PM
Barnes & Noble, 200 East Northern Lights Boulevard, Anchorage, AK, 99503
Anthology contributors will sign books and answer questions about the collection.
Building Fires in the Snow: A Collection of Alaska LGBTQ Short Fiction and Poetry is a pathbreaking book featuring work from some of Alaska’s finest writers. While collecting for the first time Alaska-themed LGBTQ short fiction and poetry, for the most part the work relates to concerns all Alaskans share. FREE

49 Writers presents Crosscurrents 
Tales of the City: Writing from Alaska’s Urban Hubs
ANCHORAGE | October 13, 2016 
5-6:45 pm – Building Fires in the Snow celebratory meet-and-greet at MUSE
7-8:30 pm – Crosscurrents event in the Anchorage Museum auditorium



As part of an author exchange facilitated by Susan McBeth at Adventures by the Book in partnership with 49 Writers, Inc., four authors will present programs of interest to writers in Anchorage Sept. 24 - 28: 
Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, 9:50 -10:50 am
Breakout Session: Alaska Writers Guild Conference
Location: BP Energy Center, 900 E. Benson Blvd., Anchorage
Event: Best Practices to Present Your Book
Presenter: Kathi Diamant
More Info and Registration:  http://alaskawritersguild.com/2016-conference
Open to: conference registrants only
Host: Alaska Writers Guild, 49 Writers, SCBWI
Contact: Brooke Hartman (AWG), Jeremy Pataky (49W)
Description: How do you present your book to an audience so that they will buy it? This workshop will offer specific techniques to craft talking points about your book, and adapt those messages to various audiences, covering the spectrum from the inhabitants of an elevator, to book club groups, classrooms, speaking engagements, and print, web, radio and television interviews. Topics covered include creating a 30-second "elevator speech" and how to prepare for a live broadcast interview or speaking engagement.   


Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, 11 am - noon
Breakout Session: Alaska Writers Guild Conference
Location: BP Energy Center, 900 E. Benson Blvd., Anchorage
Event: Strategic Event Planning – How to Market Your Book, Building an Author Foundation
Presenter: Susan McBeth
More Info and Registration:  http://alaskawritersguild.com/2016-conference
Open to: conference registrants only
Host: Alaska Writers Guild, 49 Writers, SCBWI
Contact: Brooke Hartman (AWG), Jeremy Pataky (49W)
Description: You wouldn’t dream of building your house without a foundation, yet counterintuitively, that’s precisely what most authors do. It’s not until after they create their book that they typically start to think about a marketing foundation to launch it successfully. In this session, Susan will share tips on how you can start building your foundation, no matter where you are at in the publishing process. Learn about some innovative ways to host your book events, whether you are setting up your very first book signing, or you are a seasoned author looking to inject new life into your book signings.


Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, 11 am - noon
Breakout Session: Alaska Writers Guild Conference
Location: BP Energy Center, 900 E. Benson Blvd., Anchorage
Event: Native Tongues: Blending the Other into Dialogue
Presenter: Marivi Soliven
More Info and Registration:  http://alaskawritersguild.com/2016-conference
Open to: conference registrants only
Host: Alaska Writers Guild, 49 Writers, SCBWI
Contact: Brooke Hartman, Jeremy Pataky
Description: In an increasingly diverse world community, writers face the challenge of replicating a myriad of voices into their stories. In this session, writers will learn to create memorable, authentic characters by capturing the cadence of English as it is spoken by non-English speakers and weaving other languages into their dialogues, including strategies for replicating the nuanced speech patterns of characters from varied cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Participants will examine excerpts from stories by Jhumpa Lahiri, Edwidge Danticat, and Soliven's own work. Following this discussion, writers will draft passages of dialogue inspired by writing prompts. Those comfortable with sharing their work will be encouraged to read their scenes aloud for feedback.


Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016 2:10 – 3:10 pm Breakout Session: Alaska Writers Guild Conference
Location: BP Energy Center, 900 E. Benson Blvd., Anchorage
Event: Cooking Up Memoirs: How to Record History
Presenter: Kitty Morse
More Info and Registration:  http://alaskawritersguild.com/2016-conference
Open to: conference registrants only
Host: Alaska Writers Guild, 49 Writers, SCBWI
Contact: Brooke Hartman, Jeremy Pataky
Description: Have you ever daydreamed, while standing at the stove, of handing down family recipes to the next generation? Better yet, of recording your family’s history in the process? Don’t wait to tell your story. This sense of urgency motivated Kitty to write her award-winning memoir, Mint Tea and Minarets: a banquet of Moroccan memories. During this hour-long seminar, find out how she gathered family recipes and stories, tested the dishes, organized text and photographs, and mastered the publishing and marketing processes.

Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, 6 PM
Event: An Evening at the Kasbah
Location: Turkey Red Restaurant, 550 South Alaska St.
Presenter: Kitty Morse
Cost: $35 | tickets 
Host: Fireside Books
Contact: David Cheezem; Barbara Hecker barbara@goodbooksbadcoffee.com
Estimated attendance: venue seats 50
Book sales: by Fireside Books
Description: Savor the authentic flavors of Morocco with Casablanca-born Kitty Morse, author of Cooking at the Kasbah: Recipes from my Moroccan Kitchen, now in its tenth printing from Chronicle Books. Chef Alex will prepare a menu featuring recipes from Kitty’s book using local Alaskan products. Have dinner while Kitty entertains guests with tales of Moroccan culture and cuisine from Dar Zitoun, her family home south of Casablanca. Books will be available for sale courtesy of Fireside Books.
Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, 9 – 10:15 am (40 minute talk)
Event: 9 AM service Anchorage Unitarian Universalist (AUU) Fellowship: “Uniting Writers and Readers for Social Justice”
Location: 2824 E. 18th Ave, Anchorage
Presenters: Susan McBeth, Marivi Soliven
Cost: none
Host: Anchorage Unitarian Universalist (AUU) Fellowship
Contact: Gary Holthaus
Estimated attendance: 50 - 60
Description: Susan McBeth, founder of Adventures by the Book, and Marivi Soliven, author of The Mango Bride, will discuss how they collaborated on “Saving Beverly,” a literary event that raised awareness and funds to assist immigrant victims of domestic violence, as well as the broader challenge of enabling meaningful interactions between writers and readers.
  

Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, 11:00 am – 12:15 pm (40 minute talk)
Event: 11 AM service Anchorage Unitarian Universalist (AUU) Fellowship: “Saving Beverly”
Location: 2824 E. 18th Ave., Anchorage
Presenter: Marivi Soliven
Cost: none
Host: Anchorage Unitarian Universalist (AUU) Fellowship
Contact: Gary Holthaus
Estimated attendance: 80 – 90
Book sales: following service
Description: Inspired by her work as an interpreter for immigrant survivors of domestic violence, San Diego author Marivi Soliven wrote The Mango Bride. Within the context of the novel, Beverly, an immigrant wife whose dreams of a better life vanish when her marriage turns violent, is a composite of the anonymous women for whom Soliven translates.
Domestic violence cuts through all socio-economic classes. Despite their widely differing backgrounds, immigrant wives are especially vulnerable when their legal status is controlled by an abusive spouse. During the 11 am service, Soliven will discuss the expanded protections of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the Filipino diaspora, and the Saving Beverly movement, which raises funds for community organizations that support immigrant survivors of domestic violence.

Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, 5:00 - 7:00pm
Event: Salon Meet and Greet; includes informal panel (20 – 30 minutes) “Novel Ways to Get Noticed” featuring all visiting authors
Location: Home of Martha Amore, address forthcoming to RSVPers
Presenters: Susan McBeth, Kathi Diamant, Marivi Soliven, Kitty Morse
More Info: http://49writers.org/special-events-and-salons
Cost: Potluck; BYOB
Open to: 49 Writers, Alaska Writers Guild, and Alaska SCBWI current members only 
Host: 49 Writers
Contact: Jeremy Pataky
Estimated attendance: 25 - 35
Description: An informal meet-and-greet potluck event, by invitation to members of 49 Writers, Alaska SCBWI, and the Alaska Writers Guild. Visiting authors will speak as an informal panel on their success with novel ways of connecting readers with their books.


Monday, Sept. 26, 5 – 7 pm
Event: Kafka’s Last Love—Dora Diamant
Location: University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Bookstore, 2901 Spirit Way, Anchorage
Presenter: Kathi Diamant
More info: https://www.uaa.alaska.edu/bookstore/events/special-events-calendar.cfm
Cost: free
Open to: public
Host: UAA Philosophy Dept/Honors College/UAA Bookstore
Contact: John Mouracade, Rachel Epstein
Description: In her book Kafka’s Last Love: The Mystery of Dora Diamant, author Kathi Diamant explores the relationship between Franz Kafka and his companion and confidante Dora Diamant (1898-1952). It details their life in Berlin and, after his death in 1924, her passionate commitment to keep Kafka’s literary flame alive while caught in the maelstroms of fascism, communism, and the Holocaust.

Kathi Diamant is Director of the Kafka Project at San Diego State University which is an ongoing international search for Kafka's missing literary treasure: 35 letters and 20 notebooks written by Kafka in the last year of his life, and confiscated from Dora by the Gestapo in Berlin 1933. Just returning from investigations in Berlin, Kathi will also share her latest findings and her extraordinary adventures through archives and history.


Tuesday, Sept. 27, 1 – 2:30 pm
Event: “The Mango Bride: A Frank Talk about Domestic Violence in Immigrant Communities and the Filipino Diaspora”
Location: University of Alaska (UAA) Bookstore, 2901 Spirit Way, Anchorage
Presenter: Marivi Soliven
More info: https://www.uaa.alaska.edu/bookstore/events/special-events-calendar.cfm
Cost: free
Host: UAA Public Health, UAA Bookstore
Contact: Gabe Garcia, Rachel Epstein
Description: Marivi Soliven reads from her award-winning debut novel, The Mango Bride, inspired by her work as an interpreter for immigrant survivors of domestic violence.  Discussion will include the expanded protections of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the Filipino diaspora, and the Saving Beverly movement, which raises funds for community organizations that support immigrant survivors of domestic violence.


Tuesday, Sept. 27, 5:30 – 7 pm
Event: Ten Things You Should Know about Kafka (Before You Waste the Rest of Your Life) 
Mountain View Branch Library, 120 Bragaw, Anchorage
Presenter: Kathi Diamant
Cost: free
Open to: public
Host: Mountain View Library
Contact: Virginia McLure
Estimated attendance: unknown
Book sales: by author
Description: Who was Franz Kafka? Why is he so important? And what does Kafkaesque really mean, anyway?

One of the most influential and misunderstood writers of our age, Franz Kafka was a lawyer who wrote in his spare time as "a form of prayer." After his death at the age of forty in 1924, his three unfinished novels were published, and barely sold a few copies. Yet, 100 years after the publication of his most famous short story, The Metamorphosis, he has become an icon of modern literature. His name is invoked more than 75 times a day on the internet, and a new book has been published on Kafka somewhere in the world every 10 days for the past 15 years. Yet, many people have never heard of him.

In this fun and informative talk, Kathi Diamant, author of Kafka's Last Love, and director of the SDSU Kafka Project, outlines ten things you should know to help you understand and appreciate Franz Kafka, one of the early players in defining--and shaping--our modern world view. You will discover surprising facts to impress your friends and family, and learn how reading Kafka actually can make you smarter.  


Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7 – 8:30 pm
Event: “Saving Beverly” Fundraiser for Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis (AWAIC)
Location: Anchorage Unitarian Universalist (AUU) Fellowship, 2824 E. 18th Ave., Anchorage
Presenter: Marivi Soliven
Cost: $10 suggested donation
Host: Anchorage Unitarian Universalist (AUU) Fellowship; fundraiser for AWAIC
Contact: Gary Holthaus
Estimated attendance: unknown
Book sales: following program
Description: Inspired by her work as an interpreter for immigrant survivors of domestic violence, San Diego author Marivi Soliven wrote The Mango Bride. Within the context of the novel, Beverly, an immigrant wife whose dreams of a better life vanish when her marriage turns violent, is a composite of the anonymous women for whom Soliven translates.

Domestic violence cuts through all socio-economic classes. Despite their widely differing backgrounds, immigrant wives are especially vulnerable when their legal status is controlled by an abusive spouse. After several women shared their own stories of domestic violence, Soliven realized that more could be done –should be done – to spare others from suffering Beverly’s fate.

At the Saving Beverly event in Anchorage, Soliven will discuss the expanded protections of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the Filipino diaspora, and the Saving Beverly movement, which raises funds for community organizations that support immigrant survivors of domestic violence. $10 suggested donation to support Abused Women Aid in Crisis (AWAIC).


Wednesday, Sept. 28, 6:30 – 8 pm
Event: “Sprinkle Flowers on Your Plate” for the Alaska Botanical Garden Lecture Series
Location: BP Energy Center Birch Room, 900 E. Benson, Anchorage
Presenter: Kitty Morse
Cost: $30 ABG members; $35 non-members
Host: Alaska Botanical Garden (ABG) with 49 Writers
Contact: Stacey Shriner
Description: Let award-winning cookbook author Kitty Morse take you on a fragrant excursion through the world of edible flowers. During her presentation, Kitty will share her knowledge of growing, gathering and cooking with these delectable edibles. A sampling of flowers and treats containing them, recipe handouts, and a signing of Kitty’s latest book, Edible Flowers: A Kitchen Companion with Recipes round out the presentation.

ANCHORAGE | Panel discussion about Censorship, Diversity, and YA Literature at Mountain View Library. October 4, 2016. 7 pm. Each year the American Library Association release’s a list of the most challenged books of the year. Young adult books are more likely to be challenged than any other and, according to Diversity in YA, 20% of the authors that make the list are non-white. About half of the books that make that list include content about non-whites, non-heterosexuals, or disabled people. Panel will discuss exactly why diversity in young adult literature is needed and how we can ensure that diverse literature is available in our community. Panel discussion depend on audience participation – come prepared to ask questions and share your opinion!
Panelists will include:

Jon Ebron – Anchorage Public Library, Teen Librarian

Suzanne Metcalfe – School Librarian, Anchorage School District

Sharon Pinkney – Language Arts Teacher, Anchorage School District

Michael Robinson – UAA/APU Consortium Library and Chair of the Alaska State Library Association’s Committee on Intellectual Freedom

Dr. Jervette R. Ward – Assistant professor at UAA and author of, “In Search of Diversity: Dick and Jane and Their Black Playmates”, as well as the editor of, “Real Sister: Stereotypes, Respectability, and Black Women in Reality TV”.

Suzanne Metcalfe – School Librarian, Anchorage School District

Sharon Pinkney – Language Arts Teacher, Anchorage School District

Michael Robinson – UAA/APU Consortium Library and Chair of the Alaska State 
Library Association’s Committee on Intellectual Freedom

Dr. Jervette R. Ward – Assistant professor at UAA and author of, “In Search of Diversity: Dick and Jane and Their Black Playmates”, as well as the editor of, “Real Sister: Stereotypes, Respectability, and Black Women in Reality TV”.

ANCHORAGE | October 19, 2016, 7 pm at 49th State Brewpub. Find Your Park. Share Your Story. Storytelling Event in the style of Arctic Entries. Tickets are $12 at the door or in advance at the Alaska Geographic Store at 241 North C Street. Facebook event

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FAIRBANKS | Building Fires in the Snow: Presentation, Reading
Friday, October 7, 2016, 5:30--7:30pm, Gulliver’s Books, 3525 College Rd.

Tales of the City: Writing from Alaska’s Urban Hubs | Modern Alaska life exists in the dichotomy between what some call the Great Land—majestic lands teeming with wildlife—and the goings-on of our mostly urban people. How does this dichotomy affect urban Alaskans and the stories they tell? J
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Last week I ran into a woman who, earlier this year during my very short stint as the editor of the Edible Alaska website, successfully pitched me an article. I shared with this woman, an objectively superior writer and MFA graduate, that her published article was one of my favorite pieces to read and I wondered why she didn’t do more paid freelance work. She replied, “I just don’t know how to sell myself like that.”    

There is some cognitive dissonance necessary with crafting a pitch. The writer must convince herself that she is the authority, the expert, the best possible person to write the proposed story. One might need to be a bit of a social worker of the self – a cognitive behavior therapist – to achieve the notion that you, the freelancer, are the foremost expert on “best hairstyles for cats” or “how to pack for the backcountry entirely with Costco items.” As silly as it seems, you must convince yourself that one does have a PhD in cat hairstyles or Costco shopping in order to “sell” your story to an editor.

The feminist in me truly believes that everyone has valuable and numerous story ideas, but a good pitch is very different than a good story. The pitch succinctly summarizes what you will share with the reader, why the story is not only appropriate, but a must-have, for the given publication, and again, why you are the very best person to tell the story. And when you get better at these key factors, you can add to the list: why you should get paid more than the editor initially offers to write the proposed article.

Like a group of children who construct different looking structures out of the very same pack of Legos, a savvy pitcher can finesse the same story idea for completely unrelated publications. For example, a few years ago I was making the rounds pitching a story about my experience as a reader for the Advance Placement (AP) exam in the subject of psychology. I pitched this story to New York magazine as a series of confessions by AP readers. Good magazine received a pitch that was an exposé style reveal of how schools that send teachers to the AP reading are privy to insider knowledge that benefit their students. I sent McSweeney’sQuarterly a pitch that was a comical account of eating in the cafeteria with the other AP readers. Same general story – three different pitches – none sent simultaneously in order to abide by pitching etiquette.

There can be something a little disheartening about the pitching process. For some, manipulating a story to meet the needs of a publication can feel really soulless. For others, like myself, I just want to get my (or “the”) idea out to the public and I’ll do what it takes to get it there and to get paid. And then there is the waiting game… those moment (or weeks or months) between sending out your pitch to the editor and waiting for your inbox to ping back with a response. It’s like waiting for a college acceptance letter weekly as an adult. But when (and if) a positive response does arrive it’s shear elation. I’ll never forget hearing back from the New York magazine editor. I had to do everything in my power not to instantly respond to his, “We think that idea is hilarious!” email and instead, as one would do after receiving an email from an ex-lover, to wait an hour before writing back to accept his story terms. Note, I’ll save you the time in googling the article: it never got published. Sometimes a good pitch comes at the wrong time in an editorial calendar. But a savvier pitcher than I was in my early career knows these calendars ahead of time and can suggest stories to meet the editor’s needs.

Bree Kessler
A solid pitcher is a true craftsman with a healthy self-esteem and a working knowledge of the business. A good pitch may get you in the door, but good writing gets you invited back.

Bree’s three hour 49 Writers class, Pitch Perfect: Fundamentals of the Freelance Pitch, is Saturday, October 1st, 2-5 pm in Anchorage at the Alaska Humanities Forum. $45 members / $55 nonmembers. Learn more and register here


Bree Kessler is a #SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) of @tiny.park.ranger, laid-off editor, adjunct professor of community engagement, and a trained, but not practicing, social worker. Her newly revised travel guidebook Moon: Big Island of Hawaii hit bookshelves earlier this month. Learn more about her writing at www.breekessler.com.

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