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In the aftermath of the inauguration, many members of the Minnesota children’s literature community gathered virtually on the MN Kidlit Facebook page. Words matter. No one knows this more than the dedicated souls who write and illustrate for youth. We … Continue reading
I feel like I’m about to be mowed down by a high-speed train filled to the brim with radioactive orange sludge. Maybe you feel the same way. Here are some ideas for what we can do under such circumstances: 1) … Continue reading
This past week has been – uh – interesting. I’m not sleeping particularly well and am nearing the point where I’ll need to withdraw completely from all sources of media. I decided to take some Tiny Steps in a Tiny … Continue reading
In the great oval room There is a telephone With the nuclear neumes And a dead dream of – She-POTUS slaying the Agent of Doom The BA from Wellesley and Yale JD Just couldn’t win over misogyny And a … Continue reading
I am a woman. I am smart. I’m using “smart” in the standard academic sense of the word, not to minimize other forms of intelligence (artistic, emotional, spatial-relational, etc.), but to limit the scope of this discussion. Perhaps I made … Continue reading