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Hour of The Wolf

Mon, Sep 18, 2023 9:00 PM


Author, journalist, photographer, essayist and lecturer all describe what Sally Wiener Grotta does. But to truly understand who she is, one must also apply the title Storyteller to her list of accomplishments and achievements. Whether it’s a picture or an article, a workshop or a book, Sally’s primary purpose, above and beyond communicating concepts, ideas and information, is to tell a good story that will entertain, amuse and enlighten.

As an award-winning journalist and photographer, Sally has traveled on assignment to all seven continents (including three trips to Antarctica) and many exotic islands (such as Papua New Guinea and Madagascar), covering a wide diversity of cultures and traditions. Her far-ranging experiences flavor her stories and presentations with a sense of wonder, appreciation for human potential, and a healthy dose of common sense.

Sally has authored  numerous fiction and non-fiction books. These include the groundbreaking  Digital Imaging for Visual Artists (McGraw-Hill, co-authored with Daniel Grotta), the novel Jo Joe (Pixel Hall Press) which was a Jewish Book Council Network book, and the novel The Winter Boy (Pixel Hall Press) which was a Locus Magazine Recommended Read. Her short stories and essays have appeared in various anthologies, online journals, and print magazines. Sally’s two newest books (both being published in 2023) are Of Being Woman, a collection of feminist science fiction tales (NobleFusion Press) and Daughters of Eve, a discussion workbook based on Sally’s essays which mines the tales of biblical matriarchs to explore modern lives, concerns and crises (Bayit Press)

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