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Under her business umbrella of Quilters Express to Japan, Susan Ball Faeder conducted 30 tours to Japan focusing on Japanese quilt art. A quilter since 1983, Susan’s artwork has been widely exhibited, both in the USA and around the world. Now able to devote full-time to the path of art, Susan's latest work is currently on display at the Milton Art Bank, in an exhibit titled "BLUE".... read full bio
100 Amulets supports the work of Together Rising, a non-profit organization. Author Susan Ball Faeder says, “Glennon Doyle, author of the New York Times bestseller Untamed (among others), founded Together Rising ‘as an expression of her belief that the surest way to lift a family or community is to lift one woman at a time—that when a woman rises, she brings her people up with her.’ I concur.”... read more
Visit Susan Ball Faeder's website, Quilters Express to Japan.
L.D. Zane served in the Navy for 7 years, spending much of his time aboard fast attack submarines and one combat tour in Vietnam. L.D.’s life is quieter now, and he has become devoted to writing. Read his full bio here and learn more about the author and his anthology through a recent interview with L.D. Zane here.
L.D. Zane's anthology supports the work of Veterans Making a Difference, a nonprofit founded by Doug and Liz Graybill, which benefits Berks County veterans. A percentage of profits from each book is donated to this organization.
Marian Wolbers is the principal operator / publisher of Pretzel City Press. She likes people, nature, honesty, spiritual questing, books, libraries, writers, readers, pretzels, and all kinds of food from grits to sushi.
I chose this nonprofit organization to receive $1-a-book proceeds from sales of Pennsylvania Powwow because of the deep and important research the Center conducts year-round. They provided me with everything from information on the so-called "devil's door" painted on some barns, to writings and videos about the uniquely Pennsylvania Dutch (Deutsch) tradition of healing called powwowing, or braucherei. The cover image on my novel comes from a photograph by Site Director Patrick Donmoyer, painted by artist Heidi Derstler Eckman.
Visit Marian Frances Wolbers' website to learn more.