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Los Angeles Readings and What Not

I have not lived in the town of my birth consistently since perhaps six months in 2002. Nevertheless, it calls me home in some sort of a reverse Persephone myth (my mother alas lives in the mountains near me). And … Continue reading

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Revenge is Nigh!

So pleased to announced that I received my copy of REVENGE the Anthology of some pretty sweet revenge stories and poems from Robo-Cup Press. Edited by Tamryn Spruill. REVENGE is the proud home of a short story of mine called … Continue reading

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A Language Not Always Universal

Since I first heard this Junot Diaz quote I’ve been intrigued: “Motherfuckers will read a book that’s 1/3 elvish, but put two sentences in Spanish and White people think we’re taking over.” – Junot Diaz For some of us, our … Continue reading

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Women Reading Their Minds…

 In Portland on the 18th? Come hear me and a whole bunch of other women writers knock it dead at the Knock Back Bar at 2315 NE Alberta St. I’m reading new material. Not for the faint of heart.  Also … Continue reading

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Luckiest Girl in the World

I’m in bed in this cabin on a friend of mine’s property. She’s sometimes more serious about my writing than I am — and that’s a good thing. Not that I’m not serious. It’s just the parts of my book … Continue reading

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