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The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake, by Aimee Bender

(In 2012 I arranged with a site to review the books up for the Fantasy Clarke. Plans changed and the coverage got scraped, but I still have the reviews, so I’ll put them up.) 1,193 more words

"When I Heard About the Gunman"

In light of last night’s shooting at my daughter’s school, this poem reminds me that despite the undertow of fear, peace reigns for us, and for that, I’m grateful. 452 more words
Sister Sirens

Passionate, poetic, political playwright: interview with Sarah Hehir

Sarah Hehir is a Medway based poet and playwright whose first radio play, Bang Up, won the BBC Writers Prize in 2013.

For the past two years she has collaborated with Sam Hall, 17Percent’s founder, to write short plays which made up 17Percent’s portmanteau Rochester Litfest productions: in 2013, she wrote the parable-like… 933 more words

Women Playwrights

Dear LGBT: Thanks for the creepy, privacy-destroying gender-neutral bathrooms

My latest for National Review:

Already here in California

In fact, one argument that the pro-LGBT crowd always raises in defense of gender-neutral-bathroom laws is that we already do that in college, so what’s the problem with doing it from graduation day until death?

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Paladin Justice reblogged this on saboteur365 and commented:

From Hollyweird movies and TV shows, to porn, to "inclusive, gender-neutral" bathrooms, cultural Marxists have pushed to destroy every vestige of decency, supported by cultural Marxist leftist judges who keep finding new "rights" for perverts. And supported by university administrators. The conspiracy seeks to enslave mankind in a Satanic lust obsession in which our higher spiritual nature is destroyed through mindless carnality. Preferably same sex carnality. Resist! NEVER donate money to a college or university. Contact your local state legislative representatives and let them know how you feel about cultural Marxist leftists pushing perversion on America's youth. And hold on to your heterosexuality. Never experiment with a tranny or any other variety of faggot. No matter how many times your professor advised you that experimentation was liberation.

Women Writers Wednesday 11/19/14

In this (usually) twice-monthly series, I’m showcasing books written by women authors through reviews of and responses to them written by other women authors. The idea? 2,530 more words


Sisterland by Curtis Sittenfield

Title: Sisterland
Author:  Curtis Sittenfield
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Source: Library
Rating: 3 out of 5 (just!)

Daisy and Violet are twin sisters who are born with “senses”. 337 more words