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September Williams Author: New Film Review on Bioethics.net ASK DR RUTH

September Williams Author: New Film Review on Bioethics.net ASK DR RUTH

See my film review of ASK DR.RUTH by Director RYAN WHITE. The full article was first printed on Bioethics.net https://www.bioethics.net/2019/09/a-film-review-ask-dr-ruth-bioethics-acts-of-love/ Thanks to Larsen Associates for access to the screening and photos curtesy of Hulu Originals.

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September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury & The Elephant in the Room... Thanks Book Passage and Marin Magazine!

September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury & The Elephant in the Room... Thanks Book Passage and Marin Magazine!

Thanks Marin Magazine for the Shout Out About the August 3. 2018 reading of the Elephant in the Room. at

Book Passage, Corte Madera !

https://www.marinmagazine.com/event/september-williams-the-elephant-in-the-room/

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September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury reads from new book The Elephant in the Room at Book Passage, Corte Madera August 3, 2019 for World Breast Feeding Week!

September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury reads from new book The Elephant in the Room at Book Passage, Corte Madera August 3, 2019 for World Breast Feeding Week!

Hi all,

I’m delighted to be introducing my this year’s book THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM:BIOETHICAL CONCERNS IN HUMAN MILK BANKING to the independent book store community beginning at the guiding light of community based readers BOOK PASSAGE CORTE MADERA, on Saturday, AUGUST 3, 2019, at 4PM. Joining me will be Pauline Sakamoto the founding director of Mothers Milk Bank San Jose — the organization to whom the proceeds from the sales will be allocated and Susan Martinelli of the California Breastfeeding Coalition—who is a lactation consultant with the County of Marin— my own home county.. Please join us, kids welcome, as we celebrate and promote the international WORLD BREAST FEEDING WEEK !

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September Williams' BIOETHICS SCREEN REFLECTIONS -Remember the Loving Decision and Families

September Williams' BIOETHICS SCREEN REFLECTIONS -Remember the Loving Decision and Families

Author GiGi Panderian ( the Accidental Alchemist and others) sent a note today reminding me that this is the day that the Loving Decision was handed down by the US supreme court confirming the right to marry and have children under the 4th Amendment of the United States and the 16th Article of the Declaration of human rights. of the Declaration of Human Rights. This is the Anniversary of the Loving Decision in the USA supreme court.Confirming the right to marry and have family as outlined in Article 16 of the Declaration of Human Rights.

It was only in 1968 that the Supreme Court of the USA ruled that interracial marriage is legal to see my the two-part review--and be aware that we, at this time, on this date of today as a nation are moving backward in terms of family protections under the law--if we do not stop it. Have you checked the news today to see what is being done in our name? see both parts of the review Part I and 2 — then watch the movie and recommit to justice for families that are being torn asunder.

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September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury + National Writers Union Supports San Francisco Freelance Journalist Bryan Carmody

September  Williams Author of Chasing Mercury + National Writers Union Supports San Francisco Freelance Journalist Bryan Carmody

SAN FRANICISO BASED FREELANCE JOURNALISTS Bryan Carmody has had his work product and equipment seized. As many of you know I am a member of the National Writers Union UAW 1981/AFLCIO) - an affiliate of the International Federation of Journalists. We are supporting You also know that there is a reason why one of the protagonists of Chasing Mercury is a Whistleblowing Journalists. We of the National Writers Union are supporting Freelance Journalist Bryan Carmody of San Francisco whose home office was raided by local police and FBI and his entire work product over the years of his career along with his equipment has been seized earlier this week because he refused to name the source of his information The NWU Northern California Chapter and the NWU National support Bryan Carmody. To HELP Please see https://nwu.org/police-confiscate-a-newsroom-to-try-to-reveal-a-confidential-source/ Also Bryan

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NEW REVIEW ON SEPTEMBER WILLIAMS' BIOETHICS SCREEN REFLECTIONS: ROMA Bioethics and the Mobius Loop

NEW REVIEW ON  SEPTEMBER WILLIAMS' BIOETHICS SCREEN REFLECTIONS: ROMA Bioethics and the Mobius Loop

ROMA: Bioethics and the Mobius Loop

It is difficult to describe the number of ways that writer-director Alfonso Cuaron’s semi-biographical ROMA represents an Ichthian leap in cinema. There are no special effects to speak of, no costumes except at a New Year’s Eve party cum fire. To compare the film with the level of change that Italian Neorealism presented in the middle of the last century seems strident, yet true. Equally valid is the sense that this film represents the 7th Art at its best in both the creative and technical expression of cinema. There is not a super hero among them — but a sense of magic at the level of Murakami’s Wind Up Bird  Chronicle or Hayao Miyazaki’s Howl’s Moving Castle.  It is a universal film from the soul of a Spanish master.  

See more at: http://www.bioethicsscreenreflections.com/2019/01/roma-bioethics-and-mobius-loop.html

Cuaron, Alfonso ROMA  https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6155172/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Miyazaki, Hayao HOWL’s MOVING CASTLE https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0347149/

Murakami, Haruki https://archive.nytimes.com/www.nytimes.com/books/first/m/murakami-windup.html



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September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury Reviews Cary Richards 'Poppy Field Diary'

September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury Reviews Cary Richards 'Poppy Field Diary'

The Poppy Field Diary 

Carey Richard (Goodreads Author), 

Susanna Burney (Narrator)

 

September Williams's review Dec 08, 2018  ·  
it was amazingbookshelves: romantic-suspense-saga 


I won the Poppy Field Diary in a Goodreads Romance Audiobook Giveaway. Because the delivery of the prose by the narrator was so eloquent I bought the ebook and reread it without the bias of the audio voice -- Guess what? It stands up in print as well as in audio! A version of this review is also on Amazon.

When I was halfway through the book, I was stunned by the lushness and beauty. I was absorbing it as I would an old uncle reading the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam after lunch, and before nap, on a warm summer day by the sea--begging it not to end -- I sent a note to the Author, Carey Richard, saying so. For me it became a slow read -- because I did not want it to end. I didn't want to devour the meal but savor it. I listened to a chapter every few days usually while doing something outside. 

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September Williams' Bioethics Screen Reflections AT THE MILL VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL (MVFF41) Screenings

September Williams' Bioethics Screen Reflections AT THE  MILL VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL (MVFF41) Screenings

Lots of people ask me what I am going to be reviewing on Bioethics Screen Reflections from the Pre-Oscar Run Up Film Festivals. As it turns out, I picked the town where I have been living for the past 14 because it has one of the best International and local Film Festivals in the world. Every October — beginning on the Thursday closest to my birthday, a ten day screening event begins. Sixty Thousand people watch some of the best films of their time. Last year I was in Geneva at the Minamata Convention COP1 and through I was delighted to be there ( It took 60 years to get to the treaty), I admit I missed the being at the MILL VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL. So— I will share with you over the next week the tiles I will be watch on the MVFF big screen

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September Williams' Chasing Mercury Continues to Hold Her Own

September Williams' Chasing Mercury Continues to Hold Her Own

Well, this year has been a heck of a ride — On August 16, 2017 the World Minamata Convention on Mercury was ratified and thus transitioned from a convention to treaty to international with the strength of international law . That means the first year anniversary of the treaty has just passed.http://www.mercuryconvention.org.) I was able to be at the first convention of the parties signatory to the convention in Geneva this past September. Over this year my romance suspense novel Chasing Mercury seems to have opened up the dialog on environmental toxins to several thousands of people who otherwise might not have cared as much — and hopefully more will come. Here are some reviews from the past month— but what is clear to me is what readers are appreciating is not me — but the story of a group of people who came together to make change and who are still working at it. Hope people will continue to support Chasing Mercury and remember that a portion of the proceeds continue to go to greenaction.org and http://freegrassy.net/mercuryhome/

Surprising, mysterious, romantic, and smart. A must read!

Chasing Mercury is an incredibly unique book, one that made me realize that I didn’t know there was an entire new way to put together a historical romance, and I was definitely...Read more


Wow! That was my reaction to the quality and fun time I had reading this book, just wow!
Fantastic read, strongly recommend  

Tracking the process of application to the convention has been brought with joy and fear as I begin to understand how hard people worked to achieve the convention and how much work still has to be done —

Mercury is a natural element: it is found in the Earth’s crust and naturally released through volcanic activity and weathering of rocks. It exists in various forms, each with a varying degree of toxicity but all equally harmful, affecting the nervous system, the brain, the heart, the kidneys, the lungs and the immune system of all living beings. Because exposure to mercury – even small amounts – may cause serious health problems, including in utero, the World Health Organization considers it one of the top ten chemicals of major public health concern.

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September Williams' Chasing Mercury Audiobook is FREE this week to honor the POST/11/9 THE NEW NOW [NOW] EXHIBIT OPENING

September Williams' Chasing Mercury Audiobook is FREE  this week to honor the POST/11/9 THE NEW NOW [NOW] EXHIBIT OPENING

I'm excited to make this offer-- PLEASE ENJOY THE CHASING MERCURY AUDIOBOOK IN HONOR OF THIS AMAZING TRAVELING INTERNATIONAL EXHIBIT OPENING IN CHICAGO POST/11/9/ THE NEW NOW [NOW]. The Art Exhibit opens this THURSDAY. PLEASE SHARE THIS GIFT ON YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA AND WITH FRIENDS. The cost of your free audiobook will be donated by Chasing Mercury to the POSt/11/9 THE NEW NOW [NOW] Collective as Chicago is only the first venue of many national and international  sites fo for this marvelous exhibition. I'm not just saying that because I'll be there reading from Chasing Mercury. 

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September Williams' Chasing Mercury: Audiobook Coming Soon: Shifting Possibilities

September Williams' Chasing Mercury: Audiobook Coming Soon: Shifting  Possibilities

There is something inherently exhausting about compacting 3 years of work into 12 hours of audio recording -- I guess it's what makes diamonds. I had a great 4 days with  Greg,  a super sound engineer at Command Productions in Sausalito, recording the audiobook edition for Chasing Mercury. It's off to the distributors and hopefully it will be available by the end of this week or next...
 

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September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury Paco the Dreamer

September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury Paco the Dreamer

 From  Chasing Mercury, Chapter 17, San francisco Bay 1969-1972

“Paco often traveled through the back alleys of Venice, as he had that night, to reach our house. He tried the back door. Locked, as it should have been, he started to knock. That was when he heard the sound of our front windows shattering. Kicking the door open, he had a line of sight through the living room to the front yard. Two unfamiliar shadows held cigarette lighters. Whoosh, whoosh—Molotov cocktails, gasoline soaked cloth wicks in Coke bottles, flew through the already broken glass. 

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September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury- Blood River, Summer 1965-1968 vs Watts Community Health Center 2017.

September Williams Author of Chasing Mercury- Blood River, Summer 1965-1968 vs Watts Community Health Center 2017.

“HOT ENOUGH TO BLISTER THE skin, the Santa Ana Winds ravaged Los Angeles. Sirens raced down Manchester to the hospital on the other side of the cul-de-sac. They were loud and frequent, stopping us from opening the windows to let even the hot breeze blow through. From the ranch house picture window we could see black clouds from fires burning eight miles south. Newscasters called it a riot. Later, the people who lived in that part of the city, and history, would call it The Watts Uprisings.

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Copy of September Williams Author Chasing Mercury excerpt from Chapter 7, The River Spree, August 1973 

Copy of September Williams Author Chasing Mercury excerpt from Chapter 7, The River Spree, August 1973 

“The horse is out of her control. ‘Thirty-five miles per hour’ wind on her cheek tells her. Sicily panics. They head straight for the river. Feeling she is about to tumble, she chooses to guide the fall. Slipping one foot out of the stirrup, she swings a leg over the saddle while holding tight to the reins, stealing herself for a hell of a tumble...

 

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September Williams author of Chasing Mercury in Good Company with the Audacity of Love

So today Sarah Kornfeld wrote a beautiful review of Chasing Mercury on Amazon. It was all beautiful but what mad me so happy was that the chick put me and bell hooks in the same paragraphs - whether it's appropriate or not -- it sure made me smile! She is so very dramatic! Go to Amazon and read the whole thing -- and write one yourself -- or at least see if any of the others help you wanna read Chasing Mercury -- I'm amazed ant the time and thought people put into reviews -- It's really a kind thing to do - to honor someones hard work. At $2.99 a copy I don't expect to get rich but the idea that someone think I can make people think, love and resist evil and indifference -- that makes me very happy. 

September Williams' Characters of my novel Chasing Mercury are ready to meet You! They Celebrates Human & Environmental Rights! They wanted to say HAPPY July 4th!!

CHANGE IS SLOW But it happens. The Minamata World Convention goes into force April 16, 2017. 40 years the need was recognized. Something to Celebrate!!! Chasing Mercury by September Williams awaits you. The novel is a soaring cross cultural romantic suspense saga. CHASING MERCURY  by September Williams E-book is at these outlets: AMAZON, APPLE IBOOKS, BARNES & NOBLE, GOOGLE PLAY, KOBO, also soon at libraries using OVERDRIVE and  BIBLIOTECH IF  Chasing Mercury consider reviewing it.  ( Especially on Amazon or Good Reads.)  It turns out what you think encourages others to read the book. 

Source: https://books.pronoun.com/septemberwilliam...

TWITTER CHAT ON CHASING MERCURY,BIOETHICS and FILM With September Williams

I'm excited to do my first twitter chat with the AMAJournal of Ethics. TodaySeptember Williams Author of "Chasing Mercury" TODAY AT 12 NOON PT -1:45 On Twitter Chat talking About Bioethics, Film and Chasing Mercury!  On twitter go to #EthicsChat at noon.  ( Photo by Unique Real see on FB)

September Williams Author of "Chasing Mercury" TODAY AT 12 NOON PT -1:45 #EthicsChat