March 8th was the International Women's Day and the month of March honors Women's History. Take a look at womenshistorymonth.gov for a wealth of resources on the subject, brought to you by The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Saint Martin's University women celebrated by reading their poetry and writings during the Friday Faculty Lunch Series last week. Below are some of the faculty and staff reading their work. All photographs by Dr. David Suter.
Anne Guttman reads poems (Acer Macrophyllum, Grey Lady and Submarines)
Teresa Tillson reads poems (The Dowagers , Marie and Albert, The Exchange and The Clumsy Prophet)
Olivia Archibald, reads writing (Awakening and Holy Land)
Julie Yamamoto reads personal stories (Selections from Weekly Updates)
Not pictured here, Kathleen McKain also read her creative nonfiction, Being Flaubert by Way of Borges.