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I Once Was - Part 3 of 5

I once was punk rock. The first time I had really heard anarcho-brit-oi-old school-crust-etc.-punk music, that would become the main bands by which I would form my identity in junior high and high school, was through a person named Jason. 442 more words


Inspirational Journeys Presents: Special Guest Interview with Mary L. Schmidt


Mary L. Schmidt!
I’m proud to announce the following guest for your listening pleasure.
Please be sure to read onward after the following message to learn how you can be my guest here on INSPIRATIONAL JOURNEYS. 775 more words


New MackinVIA resources

The following electronic resources were added to MackinVIA in May. 

eBooks (fiction)

Barely missing everything by Matt Méndez
Brightly burning by Alexa Donne
Broken lands… 755 more words


We were overcome with a kind of reverse vertigo,

Dear Annie,

Reading The Years. tr. Alison L. Strayer (2017. Original: Les Années, 2008) feels very much like leafing through an old photo album, opening the contents of a treasure box found in the attic, or listening to family stories at the dinner table. 1,477 more words

Scarlet Letters

9 Memoirs of women and their work

In honor of those graduating schools and joining the workforce this month, here are some awesome memoirs of women working and doing jobs that are unusual but satisfying for the women who do them. 207 more words


Out from the Harbour

Written by Rex Brown
Published by Flanker Press
Publication date: February 2014

Reviewed by Michael Wade
Posted March 1, 2014

Out from the Harbour is a vivid description of life in Tack’s Beach. 148 more words


My Computer Crashed!

Well, OK, it didn’t exactly “crash.” I mean, there was no hole in the wall. There were no other bleeding computer owners standing around threatening to sue my pants off. 368 more words