Artist/Authors Showcase

Randi Bentley                  

randi@randallbentleyfineart.com

www.randallbentleyfineart.com

Randall “Randi” Bentley paints with the colors of an Impressionist and draws with a high level of definitive accuracy. She has won numerous awards for her work on both the regional and national level. Her paintings and drawings can be found in private and public collections especially in the Albany, New York and the Boston, Massachusetts areas.

 

Cathy Eaton       

eatonmurph@aol.com

http://web.me.com/eatonmurph/Fiction_by_Cathy_Eaton/Curse_of_the_Pirates_Treasure.html

Cathy Eaton is a professor at Concord’s Community College, where she teaches writing. Her stories have appeared in Jimston Journal, Literary Magic, and Poor Mojo’s Almanac.  Her young adult novel Curse of the Pirate’s Treasure was published in 2002.

 

Jane Levere

jlevere@nyc.rr.com

Jane L. Levere is a New York-based freelance journalist who has contributed to the daily and Sunday business sections of The New York Times since 1995, and currently writes for Institutional Investor, Travel & Leisure and TravelandLeisure.com, Metropolitan Home, More, ARTnews, ForbesTraveler.com and BizBash.com.

 

Camille Matthews         

cmranger@mac.com

www.quincythehorse.com

After a long career as a clinical social worker in private practice, Camille began a new project writing a series of children’s books for ages 5-9, the Quincy the Horse Books.Quincy Finds A New Home was released in 2009 and Quincy Moves to the Desert in 2011. Two more books will complete the series.

 

CaludiaVess                      

ccv@aol.com

www.ccvess.com

No Bio Information on site – but many pictures to choose for Facebook, as well as information on Correspondence Art.

 

Christine Whitehead

Chris@whiteheadlegal.com

www.christinewhitehead.com

Christine attended the University of Connecticut Law School and has practiced divorce law in Hartford, Connecticut for over twenty-five years. While Tell Me When It Hurts is her first novel, writing is what she does daily so it felt familiar.