Upcoming events (USA):

MINNESOTA: Monday, March 4, 2019 5-7pm. BRAINERD PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARCHIVES is hosting a reception to kick off their new exhibit, “Legendary Women of Brainerd Public Schools”. Lissa is one of 19 other women who will be featured in the exhibit.

The exhibit “is intended clearly to demonstrate the very special competencies of these BPS women from all walks of life and of all ages, to lift them up in the names of all women, to provide role models to male and female BPS students, to inform the BPS community found near to BPS and around the world of these truly legendary women, and to stimulate thought and discussion within BPS and beyond regarding the living histories of these BPS graduates and the acute relevance of those histories and women in communities extending out from Brainerd Public Schools and improving the lives of countless others far beyond this place and their times in this place.”

While Lissa won’t be able to attend the reception, she urges everyone to attend this important and necessary exhibit. For more info, contact Brainerd Public Schools

“Feminism isn’t about making women strong. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength.” -G.D. Anderson

WOMAN ENOUGH will be available for sale at the WeAre Clinic for Reproductive Health’s fundraiser at Maddens in Brainerd, Minnesota June 28th 6pm. All proceeds of the books will be donated to the clinic!

UPDATE: as of July 26, 2018 there is ONE book for sale at the WeAre Clinic. All proceeds to them.

Book signing: July 15th at 1pm StoneHouse Coffee in Nisswa, Minnesota  meet and chat about New Zealand or the book, or life in general!

Book signing: July 29th 1-3pm Nisswa, Minnesota StoneHouse Coffee 

KAXE interview about her book, WOMAN ENOUGH can be found HERE


Upcoming eventsNew Zealand:

Lissa received an editorial review from India Lopez. You can read it here.

November 24th BOOK SIGNING from 10:00am until 3:00pm Wham Bam Author Jam at Addington Event Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand  All ticket sales and raffles will be donated to the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand. Photo & quote on page 32 in eYs Magazine.