Tag Archives: elsewhere

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

Posted in Guest Post, Reviews | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

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.    

Posted in Reviews | Tagged , | 1 Comment

The Exhaustion of Barely Getting By


Ezra Klein's powerfully pointed Washington Post column this morning has stayed with me all day. The piece digs into a portion of Romney's video-taped statement which immediately bothered me most, but has gotten less mainstream press than other bits. “The worst of … Continue reading

Posted in Matter, Reviews | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on The Exhaustion of Barely Getting By

Writers Write, Right?


"In the fourth grade, I wrote an essay about how my favorite place on earth was my grandfather's horse ranch with its sprawling groves of trees and winding streams. I remember feeling particularly brilliant as I wrote that essay, inventing … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Writers Write, Right?

Sweet Banana Ink


I am all a flutter with the news that Sweet Banana Ink goes live today. The brainchild of my sister Bullish, it is intended to be a place to celebrate writers and the written word. "A place where writers can … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Sweet Banana Ink