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Category Archives: Profiles
I have been enjoying blogposts by Jenn Harkness, AKA Skipper Jenn, about women and sailing for the last couple of years. She has tackled some of the challenges women face as skippers and sailors, taking on leadership roles in an … Continue reading
“The Road to San Donato by Robert Cocuzzo is a moving multi-generational American immigrant story. A powerful meditation on the complexities of war, refugee and immigrant experiences.” Wendy Hinman for Foreword Reviews (Read her full review in Foreword Reviews here.) … Continue reading
“The Road to San Donato by Robert Cocuzzo is a moving multi-generational American immigrant story. A powerful meditation on the complexities of war, refugee and immigrant experiences.” Wendy Hinman for Foreword Reviews Read the full review in Foreword Reviews here: … Continue reading
Flashback fun: Here’s a clip of an interview and boat tour with Bruce Schwab, who Garth and I helped prepare for the Southern Ocean during the Around Alone Race stopover in New Zealand. As my audio book narrator prepares this … Continue reading
Wendy Hinman’s Sea Trials is featured in this distinguished group of literary voices as part of Libraries Unbound. Find out more about all the great authors featured here: https://guides.lib.uw.edu/c.php?g=887906&p=6382187
Watch the presentation and interview with Wendy Hinman, filmed at St. Francis Yacht Club. She shares snippets from her sailing adventure stories. Watch here: https://t.co/fb5DKWAEbZ
It’s an honor to be among the select few authors invited to participate in this event honoring, books, authors, and libraries. For more details, visit: http://www.lib.washington.edu/support/events/librariesunbound
“Who hasn’t dreamed of setting out to sea? The romance, the danger, the open waves? Our sponsor this week is Wendy Hinman, who dreamed about it, then did it. Hinman spent seven years on the Pacific Ocean, sharing a tiny … Continue reading
Read the full interview with Sailing-World.com, in which Tightwads on the Loose is described as “a book that has become something of a cult classic amongst the literary world of cruising sailors.” Link here.