Albuquerque Press Women and Friends will host University of New Mexico Lecturer Peter Kierst on Monday, February 10 at 11:30 a.m. at Mimi’s Restaurant (4316 The 25 Way) to discuss President Trump’s Impeachment Trial and the Constitution.
We are living in a complex time when it is hard to unravel just how the three branches of government are supposed to work with each other. President Donald Trump is on trial for abuse of power and obstruction of congress. Is this how the framers of the constitution pictured the process of impeachment? Is the U.S. Constitution actually working as the framers intended it to do? Come and ask the questions.
Kierst has taught courses on the “Powers of the Presidency” at the UNM Department of Political Science and has researched how recent court rulings have affected the flow of money in American politics.
Please join us for an interesting conversation on constitutional politics and democracy.
Journalist Steve Terrell has just retired from forty years of reporting in Santa Fe, most of it at the Santa Fe New Mexican. He calls himself a full-fledged Rock ‘n’ Roll retiree and he will be speaking to Albuquerque Press Women and Friends as a kick-off to a new year. Join us at 11:30 a.m. on January 13 at Mimi’s Restaurant (4316 The 25 Way NE). During his long career Terrell covered Santa Fe City Hall, and the New Mexico Legislature, along with the local music scene. In this quote from a farewell interview with the New Mexican he said. “I loved getting involved in the stories,” he continued. “I loved covering City Hall, the crime beat, the political beat. I like seeing the sausage get made.”
Terrell is retired, but he still handles his Sunday night radio show on KSFR “Terrell’s Sound World.” He still does his monthly podcast “The Big Enchilada” a part of Radio Mutation Rock ‘n’ Roll Network And he still maintains his bigenchiladapodcast.com website.
APWF Press Women and Friends meet monthly on the second Monday of the month. Anyone is welcome at meetings, but non-members will be charged an additional $5. Attendees order individual meals directly from the menu. APWF focuses on a wide variety of communication opportunities and welcomes everyone working in the field.
The 2020 NMPW Conference will be held March 20-21 at the Canyon Club, the popular site of the 2019 conference.
The 2020 Conference theme is “Finding the Story: From Investigative Journalism to Mystery Writing.” Early registration is now open: Register between now and December 31, 2019, for the DISCOUNTED RATE of $150 and your 2020 DUES will be included at no additional cost.
Go to the Conference Page for more information and to register.
Southwest Writers invites NMPW members to its Holiday Party on December 7 from 10:00 a.m. to noon. The party is at the Albuquerque Center for Spiritual Living, 2801 Louisiana Blvd NE (one block north of Menaul on the west side of Louisiana). Come and meet more Albuquerque writers of all genres. There will be a live band, writing games, and delicious food.