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Nicola Burnell is the Publisher, Editor and a contributing writer for this magazine. In addition to writing her own novels, she teaches a series of Writing, Creativity Development and Personal Growth Classes.
She also works as a freelance editor and a Booktrope Publishing Book Manager.
Nicola is a member in Letters of the National League of American Pen Women and is Historian of the Cape Cod Branch. She strives to support the Arts on Cape Cod and collaborates with several cultural organizations in her community.
Nicola facilitates a variety of fun and inspiring CWO Events and plans to launch the Cranberry Creativity Conference September 27-29, 2013. This conference will bring artists, writers and musicians together in a series of classes and workshops designed to culminate in a closing afternoon festival of the work produced in each class.
Nicola lives in Harwich with her two sons and several pets.
To contact Nicola email Nicola@CapeWomenOnline.com
In this issue, Nicola has two articles:
Like most exciting ideas, the seed for the Cranberry Creativity Conference was planted long before the details emerged.
To quote the inimitable British musician Joe Jackson: "Cause if my eyes don't deceive me there's something going wrong around here." In the Summer issue of CapeWomenOnline magazine I asked readers to "look up" and examine the canopies of the oak trees in their neighborhood. The signs are so obvious they are hard to miss, but several months later, people are STILL unaware of this environmental nightmare playing out right in our own back yards!
Discover the Artists Way
From Talking To Walking –