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Sharon Niederman is a writer and speaker of considerable talent. She is well versed on a number of topics including women's issues, Southwestern history, travel and cuisine. Sharon Niederman’s public speaking experience has brought her before audiences on college campuses, at community organizations, book fairs, museums and writers' conferences. Whether speaking on the women's west, women writers, the trail of the Jewish pioneers or her original research into Jewish pioneer women's memoirs and journals, she reaches audiences through a combination of solid information, vivid, intriguing detail and arresting performance.

Speaking Events...


Book talk, “A Quilt of Words: Women’s Diaries, Letters & Original Accounts of Life in the Southwest 1860-1960.”
Fri., March 27, 7 pm.
Patchwork Phoenix
228 1st St., Raton. 575-445-8000

Book signing for New Mexico Farm Table Cookbook.
Wed., June 17, 2015, 6 pm.
Collected Works Bookstore
202 Galisteo St., Santa Fe. 505-988-4226

Book signing for New Mexico Farm Table Cookbook
Sat., June 20, 2015, 3 pm.
Bookworks, 4022 Rio Grande Blvd., NW
Albuquerque. 505-344-8139

Book signing for New Mexico Farm Table Cookbook
Sat., July 11, 2015, 2-3:30 pm
Moby Dickens Bookshop
124 Bent St., Taos 575-758-3050

Writing Retreat, Finding Your Path on the Mountain: Experiencing and Documenting the New Trails
Sat., July 25, 10 am-4 pm
Mandala Center, 96 Mandala Rd.
Des Moines, NM 575-278-3002

Guided Writing Retreat, Writing Your Way Home: A Fresh Look at Your Unfinished Manuscript.
Aug. 26-30
Mandala Center 96 Mandala Rd.
Des Moines, NM. 575-278-3002

Slide-lecture, New Mexico’s Jewish Pioneers
September 16, 9:30-11:30 am
Story of New Mexico
University of New Mexico Continuing Education 505-277-0077

Walking tour, Downtown Jewish Albuquerque
September 17, 9:30-noon
Story of New Mexico
University of New Mexico Continuing Education 505-277-0077

Slide-lecture, Lucien B. Maxwell: The Man and His Clan
Nov. 4, 9:30-11:30 am
Story of New Mexico
University of New Mexico Continuing Education 505-277-0077

Slide-lecture, Fading Fast: New Mexico’s Disappearing Roadside Legacy
Nov. 11, 9:30-11:30 am
Story of New Mexico
University of New Mexico Continuing Education 505-277-0077

New Mexico's Tasty Traditions

New Mexico Tasty Traditions

New Mexico's Tasty Traditions is available in Raton at Chicorica Lane, the Rat Pack, and All Seasons.
A book signing is planned for this spring at the Arthur Johnson Memorial LIbrary in Raton.

 

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