Friday Fodder: I’m Speaking In Massachusetts Edition

On Thursday (April 10), The Center School in Greenfield, Massachusetts, has invited me to speak about parenting, teaching and promoting advocacy for differently gendered children.   The event begins at 7 p.m. at Smith College and it’s FREE!

If you’re in the area, you should attend and introduce yourself.  I’d love to meet you.  For real.  Bring your book and I’ll sign it.  Don’t have my book yet? Never fear, there will be copies on hand for purchase.  Click on the image above to go to The Center School’s website.

I wish my kids could attend The Center School, which is a progressive, independent day school that fosters a balance of social consciousness and self-awareness in an environment where children are encouraged to be independent and resourceful.   It is the academic home to young deep thinkers and creative spirits.  I can’t wait to visit.  I love deep thinkers and creative spirits!

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Are you a fellow Orange Countian?  Tomorrow at 11:20 a.m. in Irvine, I’ll be speaking on a panel of memoirists at Literary Orange 2014.  Should I save you a seat?



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11 Responses to Friday Fodder: I’m Speaking In Massachusetts Edition

  1. It was such warm, funny and totally powerful night…Thanks for giving so much!

  2. Ange says:

    I’ll be there- I’m so excited you’re coming to western Mass!

  3. Well done, mama. Keep being the fabulous advocate that you are! You make this world a safer place for our children. ❤

  4. Wish I lived closer so i could go!

  5. wigtownwanderer says:

    Sadly, I work, but I would go if I could!

  6. Meyli says:

    OMG that’s in my area!!
    I’d love to see you speak! This is so exciting – of all the blogs I follow (of varying subjects), no one has visited the Pioneer Valley! Sweeeet.

  7. Ed says:

    Laurie do you ever get to New York City or New Jersey to speak? I’d be interested in coming to hear you talk.

  8. Kay says:

    Oh how I wish I could attend this! I would love to meet you and hear your speak. Your book was the first thing I read that normalized my life! I kept saying, “:Yep, that is my life, oh and that too. Wow and this!:” Thank you on behalf of all moms of gender creative, transgender, “out of their assigned box” kids!

  9. Ellen says:

    Wish I was around to hear you in the OC!

  10. Pippa Pirrip says:

    If this happens to be available online, I would love to watch from Colorado!

  11. Rachel Rosenthal says:

    Any chance you’ll be in Boston?

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