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Stephanie's Latest Blogs

Mar.13.2014 - 8:32 am
I'll be a panelist at Taking Control of Your Book's Success, a self-publishing primer presented by BiblioCrunch at the Housing Works Bookstore Cafe in New York City March 27....
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May.07.2012 - 1:34 pm
A city dweller—a true child of concrete—once spent the weekend with a friend in the suburbs. The friend’s cat snared a bird and as cats will do, deposited the corpse as a gift on...
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Mar.22.2012 - 1:14 pm
My panel for next month's ASJA Writers Conference next month is set: agent Madeleine Morel, prolific ghost Nancy Peske, and me. Here's our list of topics (in formation, as they...
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Jan.07.2012 - 4:23 pm
Are you a ghostwriter or collaborator? Would you like to be? Book collaboration is probably my greatest expertise, and I'm totally tickled to be moderating a panel where I can...
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Comments from Stephanie

Feb.11.2012 - 10:49 am
In response to: Tech warrior: putting a book on Kindle
I think self-sacrafice often follows racial, gender roles, and romanticized heroic themes through many cultures, often...
Feb.02.2012 - 3:05 pm
In response to: Tech warrior: putting a book on Kindle
Thank you both for engaging my book in such a fruitful way. And especially to Justine--you totally got it. It is true...
Feb.02.2012 - 2:53 pm
In response to: Tech warrior: putting a book on Kindle
Thank you for connecting my idea to the Heart Sutra and giving it a dimension I hadn't imagined!
Feb.02.2012 - 2:50 pm
In response to: Tech warrior: putting a book on Kindle
You're so welcome, and I'm sure you can make Demeter work--she has a lot of aspects which would keep you from being...
Dec.24.2010 - 2:45 pm
In response to: MARKETING, KINDLE, AND THE NEW AUTHOR
Hi, After publishing 8 print books, I just put my first book up on Kindle--it's been OOP for a while and I'm thrilled...

Published Reviews

Slaying the Mermaid paperback cover
Feb.01.1999
Published by Women's Review of Books
In Slaying the Mermaid, Stephanie Golden (also author of The Women Outside, a fascinating study of the meanings and experiences of homelessness in contemporary America) analyzes...