Who would have thought that during a pandemic, when most of our beloved daily routines out in the big wide beautiful world have ceased to exist, we’d be longing for conference banquet […]
The downside of all the Zoom conferences I’ve been on lately is my renewed focus on my hair. I’ve been self-conscious about my hair loss for years now. I have friends who think bald men are sexy but no one I know thinks balding women are.
July 4th was a big deal in the provincial little New York town my husband Rick and I affectionately called Cornball. Cornwall is a hotbed of Revolutionary War history. The Continental […]
So many white privileged people have been telling me that I too am privileged. While I am willing to acknowledge this truth, my question for them is Now what? Surely acknowledgment can’t […]
Celebrate our furry friends at this dog-themed storytelling Zoom event hosted by Tiffany Razzano and Wordier Than Thou. Participating readers and storytellers include Arin Greenwood, Mara Wells, Anda Peterson and Lisa Lanser […]
If she were one of the ones in the ER, which line would she go on? The left one that lives or the right that dies.
My mother gave up driving fifteen years ago. She gave it up because she no longer wanted to navigate the terrible traffic congestion in the Dallas metroplex area. She got tired […]
The author of the essay “Whatever Happened to ________?” published anonymously, because she had to. Stalked by an ex-husband who freaked out due to her greater success as a writer, she has […]
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my mother. I suppose it is the approach of the 25th anniversary of her early death that leaves me bewildered that she could possibly have […]
by Arin Greenwood Three days ago I went outside my house in St. Petersburg, Florida, and found a butterfly struggling on my front path. She was flapping and trying to fly, but […]