Notice, Undaunted

The Women’s Eye Newsletter, September 11, 2023

September 11, 2023

The Women’s Eye featured Undaunted in a podcast interview with Brooke in August, conducted by Stacey Gualandi, and reported in its September newsletter— with a giveaway contest.

Check out The Women’s Eye Online Magazine and TWE Podcasts celebrating women who are changing the world in new and exciting ways.
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September 8, 2023

Dear Readers,

These weeks in Maine have given me such inspiration! Although the warm days are starting to dwindle, the fond memories of people I’ve met will stay with me.

Erica Berman, founder of Veggies to Table
From the non-profit Veggies to Table founder Erica Berman in Newcastle to Shannon A. Mullen reading from her new book In Other Words, Leadership at the Old South Church in Cushing to Matt Powell, who changed careers and brought the Pentagoet Inn in Castine back to life, they and more changemakers are leaving their mark here in such positive ways.
TWE 331: Brooke Kroeger, author of Undaunted, discusses how women changed journalism with TWE Host Stacey Gualandi | The Women’s Eye Podcast |
We’ve met talented writers on our new podcasts over the summer as well. Their books explore territory that reflects the past with hope for the future.

Journalist Brooke Kroeger examines the challenges of women journalists starting in1840 in her new book Undaunted.

Undaunted: How Women Changed American Journalism by Brooke Kroeger
She documents their fight for equality in the tough, dog-eat-dog world of covering major news stories. They faced intolerable injustices and still managed to shatter barriers.

I hope her conversation with host Stacey Gualandi about these indomitable women’s fight to survive, thrive and carry on, will leave the lasting impression on you as much it has me.

Anita finding her book,The Peach Seed, at Mrs. Dalloway’s bookstore in Berkeley, CA.
We are pleased to introduce you also to Anita Gail Jones who podcasted with fellow writer Laurie McAndish King about The Peach Seed, her debut novel which took over a decade to birth.

Her perseverance and discipline shines through in this multigenerational tale of family, hope and love rising above all in a Southwest Georgia African-American family navigating the legacies of the Civil Rights movement.

This novel is getting wonderful reviews and is perfect for end of summer reading.

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Love that Chowda
Creamy New England Clam Chowder at Newagan Seaside Inn, Southport, Maine
When you think of Maine, you can’t help thinking Chowder (or Chowda). My favorite is Creamy New England Clam Chowder with that little packet of saltine crackers. I’ve had the opportunity of tasting it in several places but the best was at the Newagan Seaside Inn, dating back to 1816, at the tip of Southport.

The best recipe I could find for a delicious chowder is on Natasha’s Kitchen. She say it’s easy to make and lower in fat content than most (your decision on the bacon).

I hope to replicate it when I get back to Arizona. Please try it and see what you think.

From Rachel Carson
The Newagan was a favorite destination for the noted conservationist Rachel Carson as she lived nearby.

Her inspiration came from walks down a tiny path not far away to the rocky coast where she contemplated the sea and her writing.

What a thrill to walk that path recently, see the bronze plaque on the rocks in her memory (it’s to the left in the photo above) and be witness to this coastline’s beauty. I hope to visit this rugged shore again.

Leaving you with Rachel Carson’s words to ponder:

The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction.
Until next time,
Pam, Cheryl and The Women’s Eye Team
Tessie traveled many miles this summer to get from Florida to Maine and enjoys playing with socks.
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