Speaking Engagements for “C is for Cape Cod”
Sun., March 23, 2-3 p.m., Titcomb’s Book Store, 432 Route 6A, East Sandwich – book launch party with slide show and refreshments.
Sat., April 5, (time to be announced), Ansel S. Gurney House, 403 County Road, Marion, books signing
Tue., April 15, (time to be determined), Sturgis Library, 3090 Route 6A, Barnstable, slide show and signing.
Sat., April 19, 10:30 a.m., Mashpee Public Library, “Meet the Author”
Tue., April 22, 10 a.m., West Falmouth Library “Mother Goose on the Loose” program, reading, slide show and signing.
Mon., June 9, 7:30-8:30 p.m., Reading at “Book in the Hand,” Jacob Sears Library, 23 Center St., East Dennis
Sat., July 5, morning, Market Street Book Shop, 9 Steeple St., Mashpee Commons, book signing
To be decided: Eight Cousins, Falmouth, and Books by the Sea, Osterville.
Other Speaking Availability
Christina is available to speak to schools, youth groups, book clubs, senior centers, poetry groups, etc. She enjoys sharing what haiku is and challenging her audiences to try to write one or two poems.
On Monday, January 11, 2010, a small group gathered at the West Falmouth Library for a book signing and lecture on haiku by Christina. Nearly everyone walked out with a book. Some of the comments were:
- “I learned a lot about haiku”
- “I didn’t know you had written over 1,000 poems.”
- “This book is gorgeous. What a delight to the eyes as well as to the ears.”
- “I want to order more as gifts. They are beautiful.”
- “A feast for the eyes as well as the heart.”
On Wednesday, January 20, 8:30 a.m., she has appeared on WCVB TV, Wareham and was Interviewed on “Your Daily Gumbo” by Paul Chicatelli on the haiku book: “Seasons Rising”. Following the 9-9:30 interview, Paul invited Christina to act as co-host with the next guest for the last half hour of the program. To view the program on your computer go to WarehamTV.com
Watch for a book signing date at Books by the Sea at 846 Main St., Osterville and Hearth and Kettle plaza, South Yarmouth. The Dec. 20th book signing was snowed out!!!
Look for a date in late March or early April for local writers gathering and reading at Titcomb’s Book Store, 432 6A, East Sandwich.
She has participated in “Read Across America” at several elementary schools. She taught a class on haiku in Kathleen Karl’s fourth grade and inspired the children to write their own verses. The verses were later collected and published in a booklet for the students to take home. Christina has taught many classes like this and is available to come to other schools.