Author Laurie McAndish King Gets ‘Lost Kidnapped Eaten Alive!’

By Laurie Weed/Sept. 17, 2014--Laurie McAndish King is a most curious traveler as you'll see in her new book, Lost, Kidnapped, Eaten Alive! This well-respected writer takes you on journeys...More

Author Laurie McAndish King Gets ‘Lost Kidnapped Eaten Alive!’ Author Laurie McAndish King Gets 'Lost Kidnapped Eaten Alive!'

Alice Greenwald, 9/11 Museum Director, On The Challenge Of Creating The Memorial

By Patricia Caso/Sept. 8, 2014--How do you create a historical memorial that helps people make sense of the 9/11  tragedy? Alice Greenwald, took on the task to direct the 9/11 Museum project...More

Alice Greenwald, 9/11 Museum Director, On The Challenge Of Creating The Memorial Alice Greenwald, 9/11 Museum Director, On The Challenge Of Creating The Memorial

On TWE Radio: September 20,21 2014

>>CLICK HERE TO LISTEN ON SATURDAY & SUNDAY<<:
Jenny Bowen, Founder of Half the Sky which trains caregivers of Chinese orphans; author of Wish You Happy Forever
Yasmina Zaidman, Acumen's Dir. Strat. Partnerships on ending poverty

On TWE Radio: September 20,21 2014 On TWE Radio: September 20,21 2014

TWE Radio Podcasts: Sept. 13,14 2014

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Cokie Roberts, political commentator, author of Founding Mothers
Robin Morgan, co-founder of  Women's Media Center, host of WMC's Live with Robin Morgan Radio Show

TWE Radio Podcasts: Sept. 13,14 2014 TWE Radio Podcasts: Sept. 13,14 2014

Celebrating Kathi Kamen Goldmark’s Life and ‘Her Wild Oats’

By Laurie McAndish King/Aug. 31, 2014--We gathered for the launching of Her Wild Oats, but we ended up celebrating Kathi Kamen Goldmark's life. This beloved, creative whirlwind succumbed to...More

Celebrating Kathi Kamen Goldmark’s Life and ‘Her Wild Oats’ Celebrating Kathi Kamen Goldmark's Life and 'Her Wild Oats'

Interview: Author Patty Chang Anker Shows ‘Some Nerve’ in Facing Fear

By Stacey Gualandi/Aug. 22, 2014--Patty Chang Anker, author of Some Nerve, faced a big fear by learning to ride a bike at age 40 and then took on the challenging 40-mile TD Five Boro Bike Tour...More

Interview: Author Patty Chang Anker Shows ‘Some Nerve’ in Facing Fear Interview: Author Patty Chang Anker Shows 'Some Nerve' in Facing Fear

“It doesn’t matter if it’s Chinese orphans or what it is; if you see something wrong in the world that needs fixing, you can do something.”

Jenny Bowen, on saving Chinese orphans with her Half the Sky Foundation

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Photo of Syrian Refugee by Mimo Khair Featured on Flickr Series

Lebanese Photographer Mimo Khair was moved to shoot this picture of Reem,
a 9-year-old Syrian refugee, when she noticed the message “I love you”
written on her hand in both English and Arabic.

The young girl with the striking green eyes was living in a camp
in northern Lebanon when the photo was taken in July, 2013.

  Mimo Khair photograph of Syrian girl

Mimo learned that Reem lost both her parents and her whole family
and was struck by “how she could stand there, her eyes shining, and think of love.”

You can see more of Mimo’s photos in the episode of The Weekly Flickr blog
“Moments of Emotion from Around the World.”

We are looking forward to bringing you our TWE interview with Mimo soon.

Photo: Mimo Khair

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TWE Reads

Jane Heller's book on caregiving, You'd Better Not Die or I'll Kill You

You’d Better Not Die or I’ll Kill You: A Caregiver’s Survival Guide by Jane Heller

ON TWE RADIO MAR. 16-17: In You'd Better Not Die or I'll Kill You--A Caregiver's Guide (Chronicle Books), Jane Heller shares her own experiences as a caregiver and offers advice from experts.  She learned firsthand about the subject from taking care of her husband, Michael, who is afflicted with … [Read More...]

Bea Johnson's book, Zero Waste Home

Zero Waste Home–The Ultimate Guide to Simplifying Your Life By Reducing Your Waste

ON TWE RADIO JUNE 1,2--In her new book, Zero Waste Home (@ScribnerBooks), Bea Johnson gives her ultimate guide to reducing waste in the house. She describes how she went from a 3,000 square foot home with 64 gallons of trash weekly to a life of zero waste. Now her family produces one quart of … [Read More...]

The Letter by Marie Tillman

The Letter–My Journey Through Love, Loss, and Life by Marie Tillman

In The Letter (Grand Central Publishing, 2012),  Marie Tillman recounts how she rebuilt her life after her husband Pat's untimely death in Afghanistan.  It's also her tribute to him as she carries forth his legacy as co-founder of the Pat Tillman Foundation. This moving and courageous book … [Read More...]

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Barbara Streisand on TODAY Show//2/7/14

TOP 10: Barbara Streisand: Spotlighting Women’s Health Issues is ‘bigger than show business’

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Malala Yousafzai

TOP 10: A Day for Malala

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On TWE Radio 'Best Of' Show: Marie Tillman and Judge Lynn Toler

On TWE ‘Best Of’ Radio: August 3,4 2013

Air Times on 1480AM KPHX Saturdays & Sundays 2-3pm PDT Join us for our “Best Of” Show this weekend on The Women’s Eye Radio Show as Host, Stacey Gualandi, interviews: Marie Tillman, co-founder of the Pat Tillman Foundation and author of The Letter, My Journey Through Love, Loss & Life Judge Lynn Toler, star of […]

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