Welcome to Writer Beth David's Online Clipbook

Click HERE for Beth David's blog, "Musings from a Small Island."

EBOOK: "Lebanon, Land of My Ancestors, 2010" now available for Nook and Kindle.
Visit http://www.zorena.com for links to order. Step off the typical tourist trail and
onto Lebanon's natural landscape. A touch of humor, a bit of history and a family story or two
round out this short book of 17,900 words and 198 photos. Only $2.99.

For a look at my fiction visit: http://www.zorena.com
Visit www.NeighbNews.com for my weekly newspaper

See below for links to some of my published articles

The author, with the obligatory pipe,
in front of the obligatory tree

Beth David is a feminist writer whose credits include news reporting, political opinion pieces, humor, and fiction.

The work speaks for itself.
Simply follow the links to read some of my work.

About the author
Beth David has worked in various aspects of advertising in the Boston area since 1978 (typesetter, copywriter, production artist, AE, glorified secretary).She became active in feminist politics in 1989. She now runs her own small (very, very small) advertising agency in Southeastern Massachusetts where her first novel, "Zorena and the Medallion of Corandu," was published. Her fiction has been published in a national magazine (okay, only one). Her articles appear frequently in her local daily newspaper, the Standard-Times of New Bedford, Mass.

For a look at my fiction visit:

Beth David may be reached by email at: bd@bethdavid.net
or by snailmail at:
PO Box 766, Fairhaven, MA 02719
All articles are copyright by Beth David
If you want to share articles with your friends,
please include header which contains copyright,
and acknowledges the newspaper that
published the article.
Thank you.

FROM 2005:

Time & a bottle
Coincidence brings antique back to Tripp Dairy family

Hitting her stride
Phys ed teacher wins statewide recognition

Workshop explores alternative approach to criminal justice
Restorative Justice workshop

Professor brings passion to the past
Prof uses music to teach about civil rights

Win-win for Lakeveill T-shirt printer
Company wins Patriots-Red Sox shirt deal

54th regiment receives award (news)
City man accepts award for 54th

54th regiment (news)
54th regiment to be inducted into Hall of Black Achievement

"Farmer's estate goes to animals" (main news)
About a $496,000 estate to animal charities

The new alternative (business news feature)
Pellet stoves gaining popularity

"One has to wonder who falls for this " (Op-Ed)
About scams, especially "spam scam"

FROM 2004/Op-Ed (click to enter)

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FROM 1999 (click to enter)

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