Nina Gaby

Essays, art, and healthcare

About Me

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20 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Can’t wait to read all of your writing!

  2. Nina, It is so interesting to read your “About Me”… you have always been such a fascinating and interesting person and I have always admired your free spirit and loving style. It’s great to be following your blog and I look forward to being in touch in this way. It’ll be such fun!! Love, Carol Cornwell Strickland

  3. So proud of my big sis. Wonderful.

  4. I’ve been a Nina Gaby fan for a long time, so I will be reading whatever you write!

  5. You are such a clever, clever girl, Miss G. ! The “Reading Group” is the perfect creative bridge between your art and writing. The quality and originality of your work stands solidly on its own. Can’t wait to see its evolution. Best of luck in this new endeavor.

  6. Nina, Congratulations on all of the writing!!! I am so happy for you. I can’t waiti to read your book.
    I am so glad we met.

  7. Nina– I enjoyed reading your “About Me” bio. I am in the same “day job” field as you, a writer on the side, and a believer in the power of personal essay. What a great idea “Dumped” is for an anthology of essays! I can’t contribute, but look forward to hearing more about your project.

    • Thanks Jim…I am currently reading through the essays that were submitted through the Poets and Writers ad….some really nice entries. Waht are you working on?

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  10. Hi Nina – I came across the collection “I Wanna Be Sedated” at my local used book store and just read your contribution, “The Thong Question.” I am now a new fan. Looking forward to reading more of your work and also finding out more about your other endeavors. Thanks!!
    Lisa Boyum, Denver CO

  11. Hi Nina, just saw your name in the book “How does that Make You Feel” and I figure it has to be you tho it has been a long time since Rochester and the Clothesline shows. I am in New Haven, retired as a Clinical Social worker and returned to pottery. I’m excited to think of reconnecting!

  12. Speaking of old minds, I just found you as a result of following Brevity’s posts in WordPress, and I have to admit that I am slow to figure out how to make best use of this site. I enjoyed reading these posts and I’ll be following you from here on. I appreciate your humor, Nina. I have my own blog about my journey to the U.S.-Mexico border, and I’ve been trying to educate people about the real issues here while opening up about the journey that brought me here. It’s a slow process to get readers, but I’m working on it.

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