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Claire Hennessy: The Feminist Goes to the Theatre

Twenty-four hours before I go see The Train, I’m poised with a glass of pinot grigio in hand, trying to explain to a friend exactly who/what internet comedian… 1,540 more words


Tear It Down or Save It- A Tale of Two Cities

Leading by Example

We accept the fact that Gloucester is America’s oldest seaport but it is easy to take this distinction somewhat for granted.  In addition Gloucester has a rich history in the art world.  1,202 more words

Gloucester Life

Teaser Tuesdays: Norman Maclean, edited by Ron McFarland and Hugh Nichols

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.

Returning to Norman Maclean has been an epiphany, all over again: his writing may well be perfect. 298 more words


Talk to Me

Your voice is what

I imagined

Sweet & sexy

with each letter

Massaging every part

of my audio sensory

Leaving a desirable memory

A memory of you… 13 more words


10 Cleaning Tricks To Save Time And Money.

Keeping on top of household cleaning usually either takes a significant time investment or costs some money to outsource some of the work, either by paying for labour or by buying a fancy gadget. 594 more words


Syndrome of the Blank Page

There are days where the inspiration is hiding like a frightened animal and you have to tame it, others where the words are whispered in the authors ear like a soft melody. 241 more words


"My Mother, From a Distance"

I wish to thank editor Mark Leichliter for publishing my essay, “My Mother, From a Distance,” in bioStories. I am delighted and honored to have my work featured in this fine journal.