The 2016 PEN Women Author Showcase at the Parkland Library was a great success. I had the honor of introducing three other authors, Carol White, Janet Kleinman, and Marlene Klotz. I also had the opportunity to speak about my novel Exchange at the Border, and my newest book: What Color is Your Haiku?, a coloring book with Haiku poems. Watch the video here:
2016 PEN Women Author Showcase on Nov. 19th is being held this year at the Parkland Library!
I am honored to share the spotlight with 3 other talented writers, where we will each be giving a short speech about our books. Come on out for a fun and entertaining morning, and to support local authors right in your neighborhood!
Books will be available for sale at this wonderful event and refreshments will be served.
The event is being held at the Parkland Library on Saturday Nov. 19th at 10:30am.
Visit http://www.cityofparkland.org/library to register, or call: 954-757-4207.
2016 17th ANNUAL AUTHOR’S SHOWCASE at the DELRAY BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY – 1/10/16
As one of the emerging writers of the local community, I was selected to participate in the Delray Beach 17th Annual Author’s Showcase for my novel, Exchange at the Border. I was thrilled to be given the opportunity to introduce my book to the public, and to be honored among some of the area’s great local talent.
Watch the video here:
“Alexandra Goodwin, author of historical and supernatural fiction novel, Exchange at the Border, is introduced at the Delray Beach Public Library as one of the honorary authors to speak about her novel and the inspiration that preceded it. Alexandra Goodwin also had published works of poetry, short stories, and articles.”
2014 FOURTH INTERNATIONAL POETRY FESTIVAL “GRITO DE MUJER”
Reciting one of my poems at the 4th International Spanish Poetry Festival in 2014, to promote awareness of women who are victims of domestic violence.
THIRD INTERNATIONAL POETRY FESTIVAL “GRITO DE MUJER” 2013
On March 24, 2013, I had the pleasure of participating in the 3rd Annual International Poetry Festival “Grito de Mujer”, a festival that runs every year and is now celebrated in 30 different countries around the world. There were over 200 attendees, and at one point, it was standing room only! People kept arriving to enjoy an evening filled with poetry and music. I am honored to be one of the 26 poets selected for this event.