Monthly Archives: July 2015

Who We Are OL

This weekend I’m going backpacking with a guy who works in river conservation, a woman is a social justice librarian who regularly advocates for the poor, and a woman who used to work as a pro-choice lobbyist. I cannot wait … Continue reading

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The Life of An #Adjunct

Yesterday a lovely art teacher and I chatted about our current woes with the workplace. She has that enviable ability to be both a skilled teacher and a fabulous artist. “You’re always going to a teacher,” she said, “you know that.” … Continue reading

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The Free Bin

I got the most delightful email from somebody I barely know this week. Apparently she found a magazine with one of my published articles in a “free bin” at the library, and when she opened it up to read it, she … Continue reading

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This is an all y’all thing

For love of cats, it’s not that big of a deal. All y’all need to chill. First of all, for those of you unfamiliar with the use of “all y’all” in the southern American dialect, let me explain. It’s a … Continue reading

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People Get So Hung Up on Specifics

“The more you drive, the less intelligent you are.” ~Miller, noted philosopher, Repo Man As of today, I’m officially done with several year-long projects. Reports, summaries, and a book chapter all in the can. And I tell you what, little … Continue reading

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