Cape Women Online Fall 2009
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Autumn on Cape Cod

Photograph by Nicola Burnell
Banner artwork: Profiles of Native Woman, by Diane Soule

In this issue of CapeWomenOnline we celebrate the Fall Harvest and explore the many ways we can support the Cape Cod economy, from children’s gardens and farmer’s markets to fun-filled festivals.

Our Literary Women share their stories of finding an agent and getting published.

Holistic Health author Kristen Magnacca shares her secrets to balancing a successful career with family, and Publisher Nicola Burnell explores why Reiki has been banned by the Catholic Church.

Our interviews with Nina Schuessler and Francie Joseph capture the strength and creativity of two fabulous Cape Women

Don’t forget to check out our New Features in the Life Stories section!

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Support Jacquie Scarbough

Visit Jacquie online here. Send photos to Kathy Cronin

Environment Master gardening Holistic Health Literary Women Master gardening
Working Women Creative Women BPW Women Life Stories
  • A Touch of Light, Memoir by Nicola Burnell
  • New Feature! Loving What Is Women write about loving aspects of their lives with which they previously struggled.
  • New Feature! Dear Doreen… Cape Cod therapist Doreen Quinn has joined our team of contributing writers to answer your life questions.
Community Action
  • Getting Off to a Good Start: A perspective on Early Childhood Partnerships in Harwich by Francie Joseph
  • Harwich Students STAND Up to Genocide by Marcella Vokey
  • Harvesting Abundance with the Grow Food Party Crew by Dulanie Ellis
  • Brooks Free Library Nurtures Community by Suzanne Martell

An anthology of poetry, fiction and memoir
about Cape Cod.
Available at bookstores
or email

Harwich Fall Festival

Schedule of festivities here