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For Immediate Release

Contact Esther Productions Inc at estherproductionsinc@gmail.com

 

Kaleidoscope:A Writing Club

 

Washington, D.C - Kaleidoscope: A Writing Club begins on March 27th.

 

About the event

 

Kaleidoscope: A Writing Club is designed for women 18 and older will meet and scheduled to take place every 4th Saturday from 10 am to 11 am for six months, beginning March 27,2021. It will be peer driven; that is, members will bring their most recent work to share and get comments from the group. However, the sessions also will be facilitated by award-winning writer and poet, jonetta rose barras and occasionally attended by other professional creative writers.

 

Services provided by Ms. Afrika Abney, Arts and Marketing Consultant

 

Register at https://www.estherproductionsinc.com/events-1/kaleidoscope-a-writing-club-for-women-18-and-older

 

About Ms. Jonetta Barras - President and CEO of Esther Productions Inc

She is an award-winning journalist and best-selling author. Ms. Barras has more than 20 years experience reporting and commenting on national social, political, and cultural trends, including as an opinion writer with The Washington Post, Washington Examiner and Washington City Paper.

She hosted her own weekly radio show on the 50,000-watt WPFW-FM radio in Washington, D.C. Following that stint, Ms. Barras served for more than six years as the political analyst for NPR affiliate WAMU-FM radio, where 75,000 individuals listened each week to her. She also has appeared on CBS (60 Minutes), C-SPAN, CNN, PBS (This is America with Dennis Wholey) and Fox News Channel’s The O’Reilly Factor.

Ms. Barras founded Esther Productions Inc. in 2004 after the publication of her Black Board bestseller Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl: The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women (Ballantine 2000, hardcover—2001, paperback). She has spoken at more than two-dozen national and international conferences and symposia, and many consider her the foremost authority on the affects of father absence among girls and women.

Understanding the need to offer solutions to Esther Productions Inc.’s target audience of fatherless girls and women, Ms. Barras wrote Bridges: Reuniting Daughters and Daddies (Bancroft Press 2005). That book is a step-by-step guide for girls and women hoping to reconcile with their fathers or simply to come to terms completely with the affects of father absence in their lives.

Ms. Barras communication expertise combined with her management skills has made her a highly sought consultant. Through Esther Productions Inc. she offers her knowledge and experience to other nonprofit organizations and individual entrepreneurs.

 

 

Esther Productions, Inc. is dedicated to using a variety of vehicles—traditional and nontraditional—to develop communities throughout the United States and Europe. For more information about Esther Productions, Inc, please visit

 

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