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A Chair For My Mother

There are many people around the world who consider A Chair for My Mother a classic; perhaps they grew up with this book and special memories are associated with it.  291 more words

Picture Book Reviews

Stand Up and Chill: A night of Stand Up Comedy

If it weren’t for empanadas and Oreo there would be no Stand Up and Chill. Please, let me explain.

I’ve been performing stand up since 2013 but stopped in 2014 because higher education gave me anxiety. 402 more words

How to Fall in Love with Your Writing

It’s 5:45 a.m. on Monday, November. 30, at the time of writing this article. For the past few hours I’ve been in writer mode which can best be described as Puppet Angel, hence the pic. 1,781 more words


Time for Transitions

Carol A. Hand

It seems that my temporary computer problems were a blessing in disguise. It’s strange that my computer access ended only after I had verified my 50K+ word count for NaNoWriMO. 1,474 more words

Critical Thinking

On Empathy and Identity: A Conversation with Liz Lin

Liz Lin is a prolific critic of politics and contemporary culture at The Salt Collective, as well as on her personal blog, My Name is Elizabeth… 2,754 more words


Brown University Unveils Plan Investing $100 Million to Improve Diversity and Inclusion

Here is a summary of the key elements of the plan provided in an article written by Bonita Naylor for the Providence Journal:

“Ideas for assuring that no one will be harassed for “race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, nationality, creed, gender identity or disability” include: 270 more words