June Magee, R.N., Festival Nurse

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When iconic media sensation June Magee, R.N. and her trusty boi photographer Roi Rodgers ride into Rehoboth Beach, Women’s FEST will never be the same! The dynamic duo, in non-stop hilarity and mayhem, battle trains, drag shows, a death-defying car ride—and their unexpected attraction to each other. And just when they thought things couldn’t possibly get more complicated, a mysterious medical malady crops up and threatens to ruin the success of Women’s FEST. Join June, Roi, Fay Jacobs, The Poodle Beach Girls, a go-go boy named Pico de Gallo, and an all-star cast of zanies as they take CAMP Rehoboth by storm in the rollicking first June Magee, R.N. adventure, Festival Nurse.


Ann McMan was born in the mountains of Pennsylvania, but spent much of her childhood below sea level in northern Delaware. She now lives halfway between the mountains and the sea in central North Carolina, but dreams of one day relocating to Vermont—where the colder climate might help her keep better. Salem West is a corn fed overachiever from the lower Midwest, who studied hard, practiced religiously, spiked her qualifying exams, and earned a graduate degree in Public Policy from Vanderbilt. She spent more than twenty-five years managing environmental, nuclear, process safety, and security groups and contracts for a bevy of Beltway Bandits in Washington, D.C. In 2011, sanity prevailed and she retired from these pursuits to found her breakout blog, The Rainbow Reader. The blog combines homespun essays with queer-centric perspectives in book reviews that cover a wide swath of literature. Barrett grew up in the Chicago suburbs. Art and music fueled an overactive imagination that eventually channeled into a flair for the dramatic and a dream of acting. After her ten-year class reunion, she started nursing school and a career which spanned thirty years, several jobs, and great travels. She set down roots in New Mexico and fell helplessly into a new passion—writing.