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Today I have the honor of being featured at Lisa Young’s blog in her Be Your Own Guru Series. You can listen to me wax philosophical about my personal experiences fundraising for The Gay Dad Project documentary. I’ll even tell … Continue reading
Today I’m privileged to be guest posting over at my friend Tonya’s place: I’ve written a letter there. So if you want to read it, go visit her blog, Letters For Lucas. You can find Tonya … Continue reading
From a very young age, even though I then lacked the spiritual understanding to articulate it, I knew that my creative soul was that of a writer. I revelled in the joy of creating worlds with words and … Continue reading
Roots. I never gave them much thought until last summer, when I took my two youngest to our postage-stamp-sized backyard, determined to see dirt instead of the overgrown mess of vine and leaves and weeds and whatever else had taken … Continue reading
When I was home for Thanksgiving last November, I found my old journals. Seven of them, filled from cover to cover, documenting my comings and goings from sixth grade all the way through my junior year of college. I was … Continue reading
The first piece I ever wrote was in high school. It was a short children’s story about Chester the Chipmunk and his perilous journey from a pine tree to a Christmas tree. As reenacted years later in National Lampoon’s Christmas … Continue reading
When I was ten, I had a stroke of luck that represented the first real growth of writer roots for me. My grandparents gave me the manual typewriter I played with at their house. It was a Remington Rand, with … Continue reading
I’m tempted to lie embellish here. I am tempted to spin a tale showing a precocious little me journaling all through my childhood and spinning stories that dazzled my teachers and parents. I want to reinvent myself as someone … Continue reading