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PHOTO: View of a small museum from our apartment on Observatorow

EXCERPTS FROM A LETTER TO FRIENDS DATED DECEMBER 2, 1989

We get mail that comes to us through the American Embassy. 378 more words

Down. Not Out.

FACES. HARSH. AND GRIM.

Countenances from every lifestyle.

Frozen in time. The daunted old. The impulsive young.

Uncertain of tomorrow. Unsure of today.

Did they come from broken homes? 138 more words

Memoir

Nightingale Tales

My new project involves interviewing my classmates from nursing school. We “older nurses” are dying off. Who will be around to tell our stories?

As I gear up to start this project, I’m educating myself in the art of interviewing. 474 more words

Nursing Stories

News and events update

Though we say it ourselves, our Crime Night Story Sunday went particularly well and we are grateful to all of our readers and the enthusiastic audience who made it such a friendly and entertaining evening ( pictures at the bottom of the page!) 267 more words

Events

Behold My Big Hairy Internalized Homophobia!

The words stung even though they weren’t directed at me. They stung even though they were only in a Facebook post about someone I did not know, existing only in ones and zeros. 1,910 more words

Humor

France Book Tours stops for November 13-18

Monday, November 13
Review + Excerpt + Giveaway at
Musings of a Writer & Unabashed Francophile

Tuesday, November 14
Review + Guest-Post + Giveaway
at… 36 more words

Giveaway

Thinking and Feeling

What is it that’s so hard about getting into a character’s head? It’s a problem many of my writing friends and students encounter, and it happens all too often, or so it seems to me. 559 more words

Writing