Monthly Archives: March 2018

Ooooh, we’ve got a good one!

When I put out the call on Twitter for questions, Tweep Kat posted this gem: Is your writing, for you and/or for your readers, a form of escape from or a tool of resistance against the world we find ourselves … Continue reading

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Galpal Sally has a problem

Before I headed into the revision cave–did I mention that’s where I am? Yep, from March 7-April 30. These posts were written and scheduled and I am not really here. It’s like I’m ghost-posting!–I put out a call on Twitter … Continue reading

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Historical girl crush alert!

Usually when I proclaim a historical girl crush, it’s my platonic adoration of a female historical figure. This time, it’s heartfelt admiration for a gifted historian, Helen Castor. I first came across her work when I saw the three-part series … Continue reading

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I have taken the plunge…

I’ve done it, y’all. I ditched my heels. According to this article in the Washington Post I’m not alone. Sales of stilettos have tanked and we’re buying flats and sneakers by the bushel. For years, when I went to conferences, … Continue reading

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