Monthly Archives: November 2012

Camp Ten Trees In Rainbow Colors


[This guest post comes from Margaret Barton-Ross, a volunteer cook at Camp Ten Trees in the Pacific Northwest. Please make her feel welcome and spread the word about this great camp for LGBT families.] It had never been my lifelong … Continue reading

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Paying The Bills


As of this morning, there's a Blue-Haired Girl on the sidebar. If you've been with me since the days of Dirty Feet and Lily White Intentions, or The Reel Gurl column from The Santa Cruz Sentinel, then she should look … Continue reading

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This morning's breakfast consisted of a fried egg dusted with smoked paprika and a slice of sourdough toast with real butter. For lunch yesterday, I sliced up a piece of pita bread, brushed it with olive oil, sprinkled on some … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Writing


From my friend The Poet (aka William Carlos):    I write because I have to, when I write- it becomes bearable, real, alive. When I write, I am no longer choking back the words but finally breathing fire…

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Throwing Sound


No stories this week, but here's one of my favorite pieces from Mouse to keep you entertained while I sort through a wealth of words in search of the right ones.    

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