Tonight, I leafed through the two volumes of poetry I published a couple of years ago. It was an experiment. … Continue reading Visiting Friends
I am an anthropologist, a teacher, a writer, a woman–all of these words describe my physical and social being. But … Continue reading And Then It Was Wednesday: Why Scientific Literacy, Access to Data, and a Cultural Emphasis on Arts and Humanities are Vital.
In 2015, I self-published a collection of dog essays. While they were primarily about The Dingo, aka Sally, I wrote … Continue reading Saturday’s Dog: New Year, New Project
Hi, there, It’s been a while. We haven’t really spoken to one another in more than a year. Insults hurled … Continue reading When We Fight: A Love Note to My Estranged Conservative Fellow Americans
I once heard that authors, and all artists, must possess a degree of professional vanity. In some part of themselves, … Continue reading Talent, But No Gas.
OIt’s my birthday today. 35. In some ways, it’s a big number. In others, it’s just another birthday. But I … Continue reading Sweet Things: A Birthday Wish for Everyone.
There will always be those humans who support the oppression of others, who grow drunk at the smallest dram of … Continue reading The Bitterness of Hindsight: All the Ways We Cope with Knowing