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Weeks 7 & 8, 2022
Whew, where the heck did the past two weeks go. I’m in rehearsals — which I just realized I haven’t actually written about. Ok, more on that this week. Anyway, six hours of call on a Sunday definitely gets in the way of my sharing recipes with… all five of you… esp. as Sunday is […]More
The More Things Change…
Poets.org daily poetry emails are a welcome start to my day. They are usually thought-provoking and usually introduce me to someone new. I was recently struck by The Puppet-Player by Angelina Weld Grimké: Sometimes it seems as though some puppet-player, A clenched claw cupping a craggy chin Sits just beyond the border of our seeing, Twitching […]More
My second Heavy Feather Review submission is now live! Furies: Thus Spoke is an lovestory to the superhero genre and a strong allegory for the cruelty that is dividing our nation. You can read the full review here. I really wanted to talk about the author’s successful use of African-American Vernacular English, but wasn’t sure, […]More
Cozy Reads for a Hot Summer
Thanks to my dear friend Jenny, I’ve gotten the chance to be an advance reader for Jessa Archer‘s new cozy mysteries. Per her author bio, “Jessa Archer writes sweet, funny, warm-hearted cozy mysteries because she loves a good puzzle and can’t stand the sight of blood,” so have no fear, these are nice and safe […]More