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  • Of Charity, The Land of Social Apartheid and Margaret Mead... (continued from above) ...While waiting to undergo my yearly breast exam this morning I read, Who Needs M...
  • I set up my blog to ensure I continued to have a vibrant outlet for my writing while I wasn't working on a novel, but I didn't want the blog to replicate my other writ...
  • Sending them to school is the solution. The school of life experiences specifically. We all have a role to help educate those that  lack the real world experiences nec...
  • Hi Julie, I journal and diary write. I have vol. 1, 2, 3, etc...(Although I’ve been on hiatus for a while) Some complete and others still waiting on me to fill the pag...
  • On the topic of men that have been raped:   I know that generally men have a very difficult time talking about being abused, but the last man I dated (I am queer - I'v...
  • Julie - your post led me to wonder how many people choose "safe" careers over what really calls to them. I certainly did, and some time back, it led me to create somet...
  • Librarians have come a long way, it seems to me. It was a career option that I considered. I went towards History and Education, now to writing, but all along the way,...
  • Most readers assume a memoir is completely true so I feel it's a violation of their trust to use an assumed name - unless you tell them that's what you're doing.  If y...
  • Mary E Tyler commented on Kamy Wicoff's article Salonniere
    WHOA! Major rights grab, Karny! Take your cue from Facebook and Yahoo Groups. Groups should be private unless specifically set as public. Profiles should be "friends...
  • Really interesting post Julija. Unfortunately the world of literature and publishing is no different to the unequal treatment of women when it comes to women's words o...