Saturday, March 21, 2015
Posted by Maggie May Labels: People In Your Neighborhood
Jill Alexander Essbaum's debut novel 'Hausfrau' is getting great reviews, and I can't wait to read it. I confess to being more than a little interested in reactions for selfish reasons, as the novel I'm finishing now, although very different, also revolves around a highly sexual suburban housewife.
My last Purple Clover column was on how not quitting just a little bit at a time changed my life.
I am taking turmeric.
A PANK review of Sarah Einstein's Shebook: Remnants of Passion
You had me at 'giant lemurs'
My son is mentally ill, so listen up on CNN.
Lousiana prosecutor apologizes for being 'arrogant' and falsely condemning an innocent man to death row.
Elizabeth interviewed with National Geographic and exposed herself and her family to tell their story. After being published to a large response, the story is somehow 'gone' off the website AND the Facebook page. It's about vaccinations and vaccine injury. What. The. Fuck.
To Have A Friend Like This: On Holocaust, Friendship, Thriving
Lessons From Grief: even just for this insight:
Because I’ve written about her, I can now have empathy for her. It hurts that she’s so callous, but I am no longer broken by her inability to love me like I’ve always wanted her to. That in itself is so big: the acknowledgment that it hurts while not being suffocated by it anymore.