The Kapralova Society recently published my article, "Intermedia: Redefining American Music at the Turn of the Third Millennium" in The Kapralova Society Journal, Volume VI, Issue 2 (Fall 2008). In the article, I trace the evolution of technology and music through the works of prominent women who work in the arts and composition. Artists such as Laurie Anderson, Meredith Monk, Yoko Ono, and Brenda Hutchinson are discussed within the historical context of the convergence of visual and performing arts in intermedia. You can read the article HERE . The article is a condensed version of my thesis "The Feminine Musique': Multimedia and Women Today". The Kapralova Society continues to contribute to the musical dialogue through its research and promotion of women in music.