February 17th Meeting

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, February 17, 2018.  We look forward to having you join us!

The hotel is wheelchair accessible. Ample parking is available.

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Barbara Deloria Sanchez

 Barbara is a writer and former school teacher who hails from a family of

writers and artists that include an archeologist, lawyer, and university professor.

Her paternal roots are in the Yanktonnais Tribe of southeast South Dakota.

Barbara’s father and grandfather are Native Episcopal priests. Her great-grandfather is the Holy Man of his tribe.

She holds a Bachelors in History and Spanish from the University of Omaha,

and a Masters in Guidance Counseling from the Inter-American University.

The topics she will present today will be: Native Authors, Current Literature for Children,

Stereotypes in the Portrayal of Native People, Website for Reviews of Books, and Authors of Books for Adults.



Eva Eldridge

“Not much happening with your writing? Working on only one thing? Think POPCORN!

Yes, the kind you eat, but eating isn’t what this is all about. It’s about being productive.” –Eva Eldridge

Eva Eldridge is addicted to writing seminars, and traveling.

As a result, she is a contributing travel writer for BigBlendMagazines.com.

Eva’s prose and poetry are published in SandScript, an art and literature magazine.



Tucson Festival of Books

The Tucson Chapter of Sisters in Crime

will have a booth at the Tucson Festival of Books (TFOB),

March 10-11, 2018 on the campus of the University of Arizona.

Authors will be selling their books and will be available to autograph their works.