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What It Takes to Be a Writer

April 28, 2016

by Sallie Bingham

Every Tuesday evening, I drive the sixty plus miles from Santa Fe to Taos to join the six or seven members of my writing group, sponsored by SOMOS, the long-lived and long-enduring Society of the Muse of the Southwest.

Several years ago, Bonnie Lee Black, then living in Taos and the most gifted teacher I have had the privilege of encountering, began our workshop in the writing of what is called–rather mystifyingly, to me– “Creative Non-Fiction.” This seems to beg the question: what is non-creative non-fiction? I dread to think…

Last fall, Bonnie moved to Mexico and it seemed that our workshop, like all of them, would end.

It did not.

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The Rogue Factor

April 26, 2016

by Sallie Bingham

A week ago, I had the distinct honor and privilege of speaking to 300 students and faculty at Morehead State University in the far eastern corner of Kentucky. The experience will stay with me for a long while.

Due to the devoted efforts of my new friend, Professor Michael Harford, the students had created 30 posters to announce the event; I’m including one here, which made the most of my career.

The day was designed to honor and commemorate the work of the eighty-eight year old wife of a former president of Morehead, Wilma Grote, who had established the first symposium for the advancement of women in 1991.

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Clinton vs. Sanders; Life Expectancy; Girls & Sex

April 22, 2016

This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss whether Hillary Clinton has clinched the Democratic Party nomination, the changing demographics of longevity, and the “complicated new landscape” girls have to deal with when it comes to sex.

On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Republican Strategist Rina Shah Bharara, Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Progressive Magazine Editor-in-Chief Ruth Conniff, and Independent Women’s Forum Senior Fellow Julie Gunlock.

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Wild West Women

April 19, 2016 Wheelwright Museum Gallery – 1938. Photo from the museum’s website.

by Sallie Bingham

Writing about the West has been almost exclusively male territory, perhaps because the few women whom history has recorded were either whores—as in Santa Fe’s Red Light District on West San Francisco Street, where a well-known madam ran a very successful brothel, bar, and gambling den for men coming off the Santa Fe Trail—or Eastern women of means, like Mary Cabot Wheelwright who established the Hogan-shaped Native American museum here.

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Patricia Arquette & Rep. Maloney Discuss Equal Pay Day

April 15, 2016

This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss Equal Pay Day. We also speak with Academy-award winning actress Patricia Arquette and Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) on their efforts to pass equal pay and the Equal Rights Amendment.

On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is The Daily Mail’s Francesca Chambers, Young Democrats of America’s Atima Omara, GW Associate Professor Lara Brown, and the IWF’s Patrice Lee.

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About the Host - Bonnie Erbé

To The Contrary Host: Bonnie Erbé

Bonnie Erbé is a nonpartisan, award-winning American journalist and television host based in the Washington, D.C. area who has ...

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