Publications

Available Publications by Shana Thornton. Visit thorncraftpublishing.com for information about more publications.

Novels

Poke Sallet Queen & the Family Medicine Wheel (March 2015)
Multiple Exposure (August 2012)

Interviews

TAMMACHAT Natural Textiles: Fair Trade from Thailand & Laos

One World Café presents Shana Thornton

GRANDMOTHER POWER: A GLOBAL PHENOMENON by Paola Gianturco Inspires Generosity

THE WINTER PALACE: Eva Stachniak on Women in 18th-century Russian Leadership—Power, Spies & Motherhood

Siona Benjamin: Art Repairs Cultural & Ethnic Differences

Rabbi Andrea Myers: On Becoming More of Who You Are Through Humor, Religion and Storytelling

Sandra Beasley: On Food Allergies, Rituals & Inclusion

Bringing Baghdad to Georgia: Mary Helen Stefaniak Discusses Role Models & Cultural Connections

Randi Hutter Epstein, M.D., On Birthing Trends & Procedures

Koren Zailckas: On Anger and Her New Memoir, Fury

Sandra Beasley: On the Road and In Character

Rheta Grimsley Johnson Discusses Change: From Print Journalism to the New Media

Connie May Fowler Confidential: Secrets, Storytelling, and the Oil Disaster

One World Café presents Hollace M. Metzger

Lena Vanelslander, co-author of Quills of Fire

Ann Rochon Ford talks with HCE about “The Push to Prescribe: Women and Canadian Drug Policy”

Ilene Sova: A Talk with the Artist

Hair Flips Artist Diane Jacobs’ Perception of the World

Reviews

WANTED WOMEN: FAITH, LIES & THE WAR ON TERROR: THE LIVES OF AYAAN HIRSI ALI & AAFIA SIDDIQUI by Deborah Scroggins

MISS REPRESENTATION, Directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom

Who Is Ana Mendieta? by Christine Redfern & Caro Caron

Features

Women’s Autobiography & the Politics of Suffering

A Look at Women’s Participation in Writing Groups & Literary Programs

Defining Women: Empowerment and Change in American Poetry

Alice Walker and Zora Neale Hurston: A Re-Discovery that Helped Preserve African-American Culture

Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton: A Celebration of a Friendship that Changed the World

Writing Advice Blogs

NaNoWriMo—Planning, Using Humor & Finishing Early

Make Your Characters Dance: Using Music in Character Development

My NaNoWriMo Experience 4

Reading Events

Video: Tennessee Women Writers Literary Reading

Tennessee Women Writers Literary Reading: An Evening To Talk About

Clarksville Women Writers Literary Reading

Fiction

“The Slant of a Place”–short fiction published on The Smoking Poet (2008), no longer available in the archives

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