Pauline Campos's New Advice Column for Latina Magazine + More!

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Pauline Campos of AspiringMama has a new role as Latina magazine's new advice columnist. Her column, #Dimelo (Tell Me About it or Give it to Me Straight), launches in the August issue of Latina, which hits newsstands on July 9. Additionally, she will be blogging on with a weekly #Dimelo post appearing on Mondays.

Pauline Campos

Maggie Brereton of Smashed Peas and Carrots had her No-Bake Energy Bites published in the July issue of Ladies' Home Journal.

Laura Bashar of Family Spice has a new e-cookbook out called Cooking Techniques with Olive Oil. It is nominated for a Global e-book award.

"Zero Sight: Bad Call," a short by Liz Rizzo of Everyday Goddess premiered on Stage 5 TV's YouTube show, The Continuum. The Continuum is an anthology show that features shorts from independent filmmakers in the fantasy, sci-fi and adventure genres. You can check it out and comment on YouTube.

Nirupama Kumar of Avinash&Nandini is on the new Find Your Voice featured contributing team. She is writing and creating projects for this workshop.

Photographs by Olga Berman of Mango & Tomato were featured in a book by titled Nile Style by Amy Riolo. (One of the photos was used on the cover.) Additionally, she had a recipe and photo of Moonshine Mango Boozer featured in the July issue of Ocala Life magazine

Maeghan Lovejoy of The Way to His Heart won Wonton Cups Helluva Good! blogger recipe contest with her Jalapeno Cheddar Wonton Cups.

Lynn Chen of Thick Dumpling Skin has launched a podcast where she interviews fellow artists and culinary creatives all about food and their relationships with it. Her latest guest is Jamie Chung from The Hangover movies.

Julia Mueller of The Roasted Root has signed a contract with Skyhorse Publishing to write a kale cookbook! The book will be released in Spring 2014!

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