May
10
7:00 PM19:00

Why There Are Words, Sausalito

Dear friends, colleagues and network. 

I'm joyous to participate in the May Why There Are Words literary reading event in Sausalito, at 333 Caledonia. More information about other writers, address etc.  

Talk, reading, drinks, book signing and more. 

Can't wait to see you all there. 

Friday May 10, 7 pm. 

Why There Are Words  $10 at door. 

Studio 333 is located at 333 Caledonia Street, Sausalito CA 94965. There is ample, free street parking on Caledonia or cross streets.
 

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May
24
to May 26

Bindery: 4 women, 4 books weave treads on self/body/nature in San Francisco

Written Within the Body:

A Night of Readings with Lone Mørch, Sarah Kornfeld, September Williams and Kristin Kaye

The Bindery hosts a night with Lone MørchSarah KornfeldSeptember Williams andKristin Kaye, all reading from new books. Please join us!

This will be hot. Exciting. Evocative. Deep. Details coming ...

The book will be available for purchase and signature, of course. 

At The Bindery @ Booksmith in San Francisco. 
 

Embody by Lone Morch

Embody is a tribute to the sensual body. In photos & prose, Mørch examines and illuminates the light and shadows in women's bodies, minds and psyches. With a loving gaze, artistic nerve, and poetry, the book reveals how women today work hard to discover and get in touch with their own bodies, on their own terms. For the past fourteen years nearly a thousand women of all ages have found the courage and freedom before Lone's camera to explore the many expressions of beauty, sensuality and eroticism in themselves – on their own terms. The male gaze has dominated the representation of women for the past 150 years. Embody reveals what happens when women choose to be photographed by women, and decide how they want to be seen. 

Lone Mørch is an award-winning author, photographer and speaker whose work lives at the intersection of art, body, identity, culture and life’s journey. A Danish native, she has for the past 25+ years traveled, lived, loved and worked in Asia, Europe and USA. She’s the founder of Lolo’s Boudoir and has helped a thousand women find healing, transformation, adventure and celebration through her photography. Her previous work included the award-winning memoir Seeing Red: A Woman’s Quest for Truth, Power and the Sacred about her own path towards liberation. Her photos and essays have been featured in Danish and American magazines, newspapers and blogs such as InStyle, Cosmopolitan, People, SF Chronicle, Huffington Post, Light Journal, East Bay Express and 7x7.  She splits her time between Denmark and USA. 

 

What Stella Sees by Sarah Kornfeld

An epileptic black ballerina and a Powwow dancer, whistleblower journalist meet in the Montreal airport. They are both performing at an international youth festival in Berlin, 1973 Cold War Berlin. During a long layover in Zürich, he takes the ballerina to a Swiss Bank. Speaking French, the Powwow dancer deposits many thousands of dollars into his numbered account to which he adds her name, providing no true explanation. Is she an accomplice--or is this just love in the time of mercury poisoning?

What Stella Sees is a debut novel about love, art and forced exile.  It focuses on four people, two parents, Rachel and Michael, their daughter Stella, and her lover Moise.  The parents are art critics whose daughter has a series of mysterious, seemingly incurable seizures that teams of doctors aim to treat through pharma, Virtual Reality and finally, art. The novel describes a rite of passage for Stella into her own creative gifts that changes those around her -- no matter how hard they try not to change.  novel that will be published by Cove International Publishers in 2018.

Sarah E. Kornfeld's debut novel, What Stella Sees, will be published by Cove International Publishers in the summer of 2018. Sarah was born and raised in the experimental theater of New York City, and received her B.A. at Sarah Lawrence College where she focused on writing and choreography. Her master teacher in poetry/writing was Kate Knapp Johnson. Her master teacher in choreography was Merce Cunningham's lead dancer, Viola Farber. Sarah is a proud member of the National Writers Union and has read twice at the San Francisco LitQuake/LitCrawl festival (2016 and 2017). She is an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Francisco, School of Education, International + Multicultural Studies Department where she teaches Cultural Curation to Masters and Ph.D students. She lives in the Bay Area by the sea with her Son.

Chasing Mercury by September Williams

Chasing Mercury is a romance-suspense-memoir inspired by the events leading to the Minamata World Convention on Mercury, ratified and entered into force August 16, 2017.  Spanning three continents, the story covers decades and the world’s waters. The novel connects human rights, environmental justice and romance. Chasing Mercury is the first in a series of three books in the Chasing Mercury Toxic Trilogy.

 

September Williams is an American physician-writer, bioethicist and filmmaker. All of her work seeks a better understanding of and between ourselves.  She focuses on promoting resilience for people who are ill, aging, dying, or stressed by environmental and humanitarian violation. Yet, her writing is fired by the humor which allows people and characters to make it through hard times. Her first novel, and the first in a series of three books, is Chasing Mercury, a romance-suspense-memoir about families committed to human and environmental rights. September's nonfiction writing covers health disparities, bioethics and film. She is a member of the National Writers Union (AFLCIO/UAW 1981), an affiliate of the International Federation of Journalists, and the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities.

Tree Dreams by Kristin Kaye

When seventeen-year-old Jade Reynolds witnesses a violent clash between a protesting tree sitter and a local logger, she runs as far as she can from the battles that plague her home and from the mysteries of the redwood forest. But the ancient redwoods are embedded in her psyche—she feels their call even in the dark and forgotten back alleys of Portland, Oregon where she’s hiding out. She soon becomes entangled with a lovable misfit and a band of radical slackers, environmentalists, and anarchists, and finds herself living 100 feet high in the canopy of a redwood grove, trying to decide whose side she’s on: the logging community she’s known her entire life or the environmentalists who are risking their lives for the future of the forest. To find a way beyond the division between Us and Them, Jade turns to the ancient trees themselves—and the thread-thin web that connects us all. 

Kristin Kaye is an author, ghostwriter and teacher whose work sits at the intersection of nature, narrative and spirituality. Tree Dreams: A Novel is forthcoming in April, 2018 from Spark Press. The novel gave rise to a global tree tagging campaign that celebrates the myriad ways we are connected to each other, to nature and to our future. Tree Dreams tags now hang in over 20 states and 12 countries around the world. Kristin’s previous work includes Iron Maidens: The Celebration of the Most Awesome Female Muscle in the World, which details her experience directing twenty-five of the world’s strongest and most muscular women in an off-Broadway show. The book was a finalist for the Oregon Book Awards, and described by Utne Reader as “one of 5 new titles for women who resist easy definition.

RSVP appreciated but not required. If you are unable to attend the event but would like to request a signed copy of any of the authors' books, send an email to events AT booksmith DOT com to put in your requuest. 

 

Please note: this event will be at The Bindery, 1727 Haight.

 

Bar opens at 7, event begins at 7:30pm.

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Jun
3
4:00 PM16:00

Copperfield: 4 women, 4 books on self/body/nature @ San Rafael

Written Within the Body:

An afternoon of Readings and Talks with Lone Mørch, Sarah Kornfeld, September Williams and Kristin Kaye

Copperfield in San Rafael. Details to come. Please join us!
 

Embody by Lone Morch

Embody is a tribute to the sensual body. In photos & prose, Mørch examines and illuminates the light and shadows in women's bodies, minds and psyches. With a loving gaze, artistic nerve, and poetry, the book reveals how women today work hard to discover and get in touch with their own bodies, on their own terms. For the past fourteen years nearly a thousand women of all ages have found the courage and freedom before Lone's camera to explore the many expressions of beauty, sensuality and eroticism in themselves – on their own terms. The male gaze has dominated the representation of women for the past 150 years. Embody reveals what happens when women choose to be photographed by women, and decide how they want to be seen. 

Lone Mørch is an award-winning author, photographer and speaker whose work lives at the intersection of art, body, identity, culture and life’s journey. A Danish native, she has for the past 25+ years traveled, lived, loved and worked in Asia, Europe and USA. She’s the founder of Lolo’s Boudoir and has helped a thousand women find healing, transformation, adventure and celebration through her photography. Her previous work included the award-winning memoir Seeing Red: A Woman’s Quest for Truth, Power and the Sacred about her own path towards liberation. Her photos and essays have been featured in Danish and American magazines, newspapers and blogs such as InStyle, Cosmopolitan, People, SF Chronicle, Huffington Post, Light Journal, East Bay Express and 7x7.  She splits her time between Denmark and USA. 

 

What Stella Sees by Sarah Kornfeld

An epileptic black ballerina and a Powwow dancer, whistleblower journalist meet in the Montreal airport. They are both performing at an international youth festival in Berlin, 1973 Cold War Berlin. During a long layover in Zürich, he takes the ballerina to a Swiss Bank. Speaking French, the Powwow dancer deposits many thousands of dollars into his numbered account to which he adds her name, providing no true explanation. Is she an accomplice--or is this just love in the time of mercury poisoning?

What Stella Sees is a debut novel about love, art and forced exile.  It focuses on four people, two parents, Rachel and Michael, their daughter Stella, and her lover Moise.  The parents are art critics whose daughter has a series of mysterious, seemingly incurable seizures that teams of doctors aim to treat through pharma, Virtual Reality and finally, art. The novel describes a rite of passage for Stella into her own creative gifts that changes those around her -- no matter how hard they try not to change.  novel that will be published by Cove International Publishers in 2018.

Sarah E. Kornfeld's debut novel, What Stella Sees, will be published by Cove International Publishers in the summer of 2018. Sarah was born and raised in the experimental theater of New York City, and received her B.A. at Sarah Lawrence College where she focused on writing and choreography. Her master teacher in poetry/writing was Kate Knapp Johnson. Her master teacher in choreography was Merce Cunningham's lead dancer, Viola Farber. Sarah is a proud member of the National Writers Union and has read twice at the San Francisco LitQuake/LitCrawl festival (2016 and 2017). She is an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Francisco, School of Education, International + Multicultural Studies Department where she teaches Cultural Curation to Masters and Ph.D students. She lives in the Bay Area by the sea with her Son.

Chasing Mercury by September Williams

Chasing Mercury is a romance-suspense-memoir inspired by the events leading to the Minamata World Convention on Mercury, ratified and entered into force August 16, 2017.  Spanning three continents, the story covers decades and the world’s waters. The novel connects human rights, environmental justice and romance. Chasing Mercury is the first in a series of three books in the Chasing Mercury Toxic Trilogy.

 

September Williams is an American physician-writer, bioethicist and filmmaker. All of her work seeks a better understanding of and between ourselves.  She focuses on promoting resilience for people who are ill, aging, dying, or stressed by environmental and humanitarian violation. Yet, her writing is fired by the humor which allows people and characters to make it through hard times. Her first novel, and the first in a series of three books, is Chasing Mercury, a romance-suspense-memoir about families committed to human and environmental rights. September's nonfiction writing covers health disparities, bioethics and film. She is a member of the National Writers Union (AFLCIO/UAW 1981), an affiliate of the International Federation of Journalists, and the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities.

Tree Dreams by Kristin Kaye

When seventeen-year-old Jade Reynolds witnesses a violent clash between a protesting tree sitter and a local logger, she runs as far as she can from the battles that plague her home and from the mysteries of the redwood forest. But the ancient redwoods are embedded in her psyche—she feels their call even in the dark and forgotten back alleys of Portland, Oregon where she’s hiding out. She soon becomes entangled with a lovable misfit and a band of radical slackers, environmentalists, and anarchists, and finds herself living 100 feet high in the canopy of a redwood grove, trying to decide whose side she’s on: the logging community she’s known her entire life or the environmentalists who are risking their lives for the future of the forest. To find a way beyond the division between Us and Them, Jade turns to the ancient trees themselves—and the thread-thin web that connects us all. 

Kristin Kaye is an author, ghostwriter and teacher whose work sits at the intersection of nature, narrative and spirituality. Tree Dreams: A Novel is forthcoming in April, 2018 from Spark Press. The novel gave rise to a global tree tagging campaign that celebrates the myriad ways we are connected to each other, to nature and to our future. Tree Dreams tags now hang in over 20 states and 12 countries around the world. Kristin’s previous work includes Iron Maidens: The Celebration of the Most Awesome Female Muscle in the World, which details her experience directing twenty-five of the world’s strongest and most muscular women in an off-Broadway show. The book was a finalist for the Oregon Book Awards, and described by Utne Reader as “one of 5 new titles for women who resist easy definition.

RSVP appreciated but not required. If you are unable to attend the event but would like to request a signed copy of any of the authors' books, send an email to events AT booksmith DOT com to put in your requuest. 

 

Please note: this event will be at The Bindery, 1727 Haight.

 

Bar opens at 7, event begins at 7:30pm.

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Bogreception på Galleri 14
Mar
29
1:00 PM13:00

Bogreception på Galleri 14

Ved Galleri 14s Påskeudstilling holdes en bogreception for EMBODY Skærtorsdag kl. 13 - 14. 

Jeg fortæller lidt om projektet og derpå signere jeg bøger. De kan købes til 400 kr. 

Galleriet byder på et glas vin og Leonard Cohons musik af Niels Villadsen. 
Der kan købes kaffe og kage i cafeen. Nyd også galleriets udstilling. 

Mere om Gallery 14

Galleri 14
Nørregade 14,
9640 Farsø 

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Mar
7
5:00 PM17:00

Book Release Party - Aarhus

Dear friends, colleagues and network. 

My new book Embody is hot-off-the-press and I want to celebrate with you. 

Embody is a poetic, lush and evocative tribute to the female body and nuanced essence. In fine art photos and prose, the book gives a rare peek into my intimate photographic work with women of all ages during the past fourteen years. Nearly a thousand Danish and American women have undressed before my camera to explore the many expressions of beauty, sensuality and eroticism in themselves - on their own terms.

Most photography of women has been dominated by the male gaze. In Embody we get to experience which gazes and images emerge when women choose to be photographed, by a woman, and are free to decide how they wish to be seen. 

Kvindemuseet in Aarhus, Denmark hosts the festivities.

March 7, 5 pm to 6:30 pm

Come have a look. Meet the designers. Buy the Book. Sip Champagne. Celebrate. 

See you there. 
Lone

Note: please confirm attendance in order for us to plan for enough drinks and books. NO later than March 4. Thanks. To lone@lonemorch.com 

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Mar
2
4:30 PM16:30

Book Release Party - Copenhagen

Dear friends, colleagues and network. 

My new book Embody is hot-off-the-press and I want to celebrate. 

Embody is a poetic, lush and evocative tribute to the female body and nuanced essence. In fine art photos and prose, the book gives a rare peek into my intimate photographic work with women of all ages during the past fourteen years. Nearly a thousand Danish and American women have undressed before my camera to explore the many expressions of beauty, sensuality and eroticism in themselves - on their own terms.

Most photography of women has been dominated by the male gaze. In Embody we get to experience which gazes and images emerge when women choose to be photographed, by a woman, and are free to decide how they wish to be seen. 

Come have a look. Buy the Book. Sip Champagne. Celebrate. 

Design Werck in Copenhagen opens their beautiful heart space for the festivities.

March 2, 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm @ Krudtløbsvej 12, 1439 Copenhagen K

See you there. 
Lone, Birgitte and Ib

Note: please confirm attendance in order for us to plan for enough drinks and books. NO later than February, Tuesday, 27. Thanks. To lone@lonemorch.com 

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Sep
13
8:30 PM20:30

Unveiling Your Feminine Power: Webinar

UNVEILING YOUR FEMININE POWER.

Eva Andrea invited me to an intimate Evening Tea and Chat to share about my world, work and vision with her women community. The questions we'll touch upon will be about the vulnerability, visibility, self-worth and the healing power of my photography work with women. The webinar is free. Please join us.

Register: https://app.webinarjam.net/register/1540/722c4ea3c3.  

 VIL DU HVILE MERE I DIG SELV OG DIN KROP SOM KVINDE? BEFRI DIG FRA SLØR AF SKAM OG UVÆRDIGHED - OG STRÅLE I DIT LYS? SÅ VÆR MED TIL EN DYB OG INSPIRERENDE SNAK HER...

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May
6
4:00 PM16:00

Kunsten at se dig selv

Horsens City har inviteret mig til at tale til deres første KVINDERNES UGE. 

Fredag kl. 16 holder jeg et foredrag om mit fotografiske arbejde med kvinder, viser billeder og der både plads til en snak og de servere kaffe og jordbærkage til. Gratis. Bytorvet 1.sal.

The City of Horsens have invited me to speak at their first Women Week Festival. I'm so very honored and excited and hope to inspire the women (and men) with my tales and photos. Fredag 6 maj kl. 16 1.sal at City Torvet - free, with coffee og strawberry cake. What's not to like? 

Click here to learn more. 

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Apr
29
7:00 PM19:00

Kvinde, Se Dig Selv!

April 29th - Speaking at Soul House Copenhagen.
 

Kvindelogen invited to me share about my upcoming book Unveiled and experience of working with women's identity, body, sensuality and self expression through fine art "therapeautic" photography.  

There'll be feminine flow dance, I'll talk, show some photos, we'll enjoy wine, chocolate and have plenty of time to connect, share and unveil a few more facets of our female experience. 

More about the Talk & Presentation here - in Danish and in English

19:00-22:00 Copenhagen time. In Danish. 

You book your spot here info@soulhouse.dk

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Apr
25
8:00 PM20:00

Woman, body, art Webinar

Monday 25th - Women, Body, Art Webinar (Free, in Danish) 

Sexologist Katrine Berling invited me to talk about body, art, power and sensuality,  and the rite of passage my photography sessions with women offer. I photographed Katrine some years back, and we'll revisit her experience and invite your curiosity and questions. It's in Danish. Kl 20:00 Copenhagen time.

Note! Special Spring Offer to those who participate on the call. 

Sign up: http://www.katrineberling.dk/events/webinar

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Feb
10
12:30 PM12:30

Frontier of self-publishing

Women On The Publishing Frontier: A Celebration Of She Writes Press And Its First Wave Authors.

Bancroft Hotel (The Great Hall) 2680 Bancroft Way Berkeley, CA 94704 510-549-1000 Admission:  FREE Join Lone Mørch and 9 others women authors for a panel featuring ten She Writes Press authors as they discuss their new books and their paths to publishing. Moderated by She Writes Publisher Brooke Warner, “Women on the Publishing Frontier” will be a lively conversation about the new era of publishing with ten indie authors of memoir and fiction. If you’re interested about the changes happening in publishing, this evening is a must. And if you’re a female writer interested in the ways women are supporting one another to fulfill their publishing aspirations, then these ten authors will inspire.

Sunday, October 13, 2013 6:00am  7:00am

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Feb
10
12:30 PM12:30

Nothing But the Truth, So Help Me God Event

Open Secret, San Rafael:  

Please join Lone Mørch and A Band of Wives at Open Secret Bookstore in San Rafael for an intimate and inspiring exhibit of the art featured in Nothing But The Truth So Help Me God: 51 Women Reveal the Power of Positive Female Connection. (ABOW 2012) All the artist contributors to this best-selling title will be showcasing their real-life piece that was featured in the book and speaking about their artistic process, why their piece falls into the theme of "Connections", and their experience of being involved with this wonderful project.

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