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HuffPost UK: Why I made my BSL Zone documentary

‘Grief is proportional to what you know and understand about disability, not what you believe.’

I have written a HuffPost blog explaining the incentive for making my BSL Zone documentary, LISTEN, EVEN WHEN YOUR HEART IS CRYING. Read all about it here.


On Food Writing: A Response to Marc Vetri

This is a response to chef Marc Vetri’s thought-provoking piece: How Food Journalism Got as Stale as Day-Old Bread, in which he argues that food writing is at a “crisis.”  Before reading this, I’d recommend reading Vetri’s piece. 1,652 more words

Knowledge vs. Understanding in the World of Gluten

In my recent blog, “No Cookie For You,” I briefly mention how the practice of consciously considering gluten is different than passively knowing facts about gluten consumption and celiac disease. 1,009 more words

Give It Away, Give It Away, Give It Away Now

Writing in the Huffington Post’s blog a few days ago, a psychologist with a PhD called Steve Taylor pointed out that ‘Happiness Comes From Giving and Helping, Not From Buying and Having… 764 more words


Maternity leave is a joke

I knew maternity leave in the United States was bad. As indicated by President Obama’s remarks from June 2014 here and the extensive coverage those remarks received. 457 more words


Sarah Palin and Tina Fey, Too

You have to hand it to Republicans. They know how to make politics entertaining. And there is no better political entertainer than Sarah Palin.

Appearing at the Freedom Forum in Iowa, Palin hinted she may try for the presidential brass ring in 2016. 506 more words

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