Category Archives: grief

June 09

Not for Us to Say

I can only speak for myself. I certainly will try.

January 23

Woefully unmournful

They wept throughout a year of resounding sadness, with nothing on their tongues but hallelujah.

November 10

No, I haven’t given up

Puttin’ on my pantsuit one leg at a time.

November 14

Hats, Hope, and Escapes in these Dark and Unsmurfy days…

In search of something to pin my hopes on, I, too went looking for a Francophilic emblem of hope and found it.

August 17

The spectacle of the sky: On grief and the aesthetic voice

Yesterday we buried my friend.

Your death is all about me.

That may be true, but how we lost you probably translates more into you lost you.

To say there are no words is stupid. There are plenty of words. Most of them are WHY?

January 27

My tragedy is more tragic than yours

Is there such a thing as ‘worse’ when all bad things are bad?

consumer psychology research

The average American is inundated with between 3000 and 5000 advertising messages per day in various forms.

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Moontime Warrior

Fearless Philosophizing, Embodied Resistance (by Erica Violet Lee)

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I am a drummer whose mission is to elevate and celebrate the female voice.

Mathew Lyons

WRITER & HISTORIAN

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The Musings of a Disgruntled Haradrim . . .

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...and other fascinations

coffee and a blank page

a feminist writes, rants, remembers