Review by Kathryn Price Book Editor for Women’s Radio

An analysis of dramatic art applies to all aspects of the production and clearly formulates a doctrine or paradigm for education of students in stage history.The Legacy of Katharine Hepburn, Fine Art As A Way of Life coordinates research by the author… refers to the past accomplishments of the late great actress Katharine Hepburn, recounts the life the author as she pursues the study of fine arts in order to follow in the steps of the late Hepburn, offers a new paradigm for the study of stage history as an academic subject, lists research libraries and online resources, and paves a new method for education of the masses.Interestingly, the speech by Jacques acts as an outline for the legacy defined in this work as our remembrances, recollections, as well as application of past accomplishments of the great actress Katharine Hepburn, which are recounted with added personal anecdotes to create a new work that stimulates the reader to action based on following the legacy for future generations.
Review of Maryann's Poetry
Maryann DiEdwardo’s "Like the Snow" is great. There is an elusive image of Appaloosa horses moving in this poem. I get it, at the same time I do not, but it makes me think.


Feminist Review Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Residents of Bethlehem, Patricia Pasda and Maryann DiEdwardo are authors and illustrators of non-fiction and fiction works acceptable for all ages.Their hands on art and writing books such as The Horse Keeper: The Healing Gifts of Painting and Writing about Horses are collections of remembrances based on nature with themes of horses and dogs as guides. When their father’s illness forced his relocation to a nursing home, Patti and Maryann turned to art.When Patti was diagnosed with cancer, she survived the cancer treatments through painting and writing.Visit us at or to read about our many works which include The Legacy of Katharine Hepburn, My Appaloosa, Inspiration Through Writing, The Art of Trees, Horses about Hope, Writing Based on History, and a series of fiction works called Pennsylvania Voices which inspire through a combination of fact and fiction “to inform and entertain” according to local librarian Gloria Bellas.

The writers support the Patricia Pasda Non-Profit Service Dog Organization, the American Cancer Society and send donations of books and art to the New York City Presbyterian Weill Cornell Hospital and Bethlehem’s St Luke’s Cancer Center.