Summer Comes to Fruition!

Julene’s Memoir News: I’m pleased that I was accepted into a memoir writing program! In September I start a Year-long Creative Nonfiction Manuscript Program for Womxn and Nonbinary Writers with Anne Liu Kellor! This will give me the support and focus to work on the next draft of my memoir about …

Ebook Debut! No Father Can Save Her

Ebook Release: No Father Can Save Her!   My first full-size poetry book, No Father Can Save Her, published in 2011, is now an Ebook! Autobiographical from when I lived in NY, a teen growing up during the sexual revolution, I call this my, “Sex, Drugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll!” book. …

Chronic Illness Poetry Salon!! May 28th!

A Chronic Illness Poetry Salon When & Where: YouTube Launch Day May 28, 2021 (link forthcoming) Who: Features Tamara Kaye Sellman, Julene Tripp Weaver, Rene Mullen, Risa Denenberg, hosted by chronic illness advocate Lorene Alba. What: A pre-recorded, hosted panel discussion exploring the intersection between creative writing and chronic illness. …

Springtime Surprises!!

How amazing it is to be featured in Tamara Kate Sellman’s Blog: Rhymes with Camera   Literary Citizen for March 25, 2021: Julene Tripp Weaver! Thank you Tamara! Check out her book of poems, Intention Tremor, about her MS odyssey.  In other news!   Through Positive Eyes Project: Wednesday, July …

Spring Into Action!

Virutal Valentine’s Art Extravaganza Get ready for Valentine’s Day with an electrifying afternoon of live performance, photography, and personal storytelling by Edward & Andrew. Date: February 12, 2021 Time: 1 PM UCLA Sex Squad & 2 PM Through Positive Eyes No need to Register: Zoom-in Here! Banishing Stigma: Black Voices and …

A Look at 2020

Wishing you a loving Holiday Season! Wearing a mask is the new fashion.  Protect your neighbors, friends and family. Welcome 2021! Welcome a new President. May we be kind to one another.  May we rise up to fight for those who need our support and love. May we find the …

Through Positive Eyes: World AIDS Day Premier

Through Positive Eyes: Premier on World AIDS Day “Through Positive Eyes is a collaborative photo-storytelling project by 130 plus people living with HIV and AIDS around the world.” The project has traveled the world for the past ten years. The people who enter the program are called Artivists and the goal …

AMP Visual Art Series Premier! This weekend!

Our current government is trying to destroy one of our national treasures, the US Post Office. This will make voting in the November election a challenge.  In Seattle we have ballot boxes available in many neighborhoods. This works and is useful, but many still use the mail, and last year …

Poetry Month Everything Changed Plus a Video Poem!!

Early in the year news was coming about a virus. What a time we are living through! First, as news of the Coronavirus spread the phrase Prepare for Social Distancing was released by our health department, then the order to shelter in place due to a world wide Coronavirus. People …