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when i wrote

December 18, 2014


  Pick a lane already. Stop putting your blinker on and not making a move. I have good intentions. Every week I plan to post on our blog, start a short story and organize the three hundred pages of memoir I’ve written. Every week has been a year. Hayley and I started this blog after […]

Writing Insecurities: Pick A Lane

December 17, 2014

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When people hear that I’m a writer, they ask me, “Oh, what do you write about?” And I really want to have a clear answer. But sometimes I feel like my writing is all over the place. I write about feminism. I write about parenting. I write about social injustice. I write about pop culture. […]

My Son Is Driving A Car: The Occasional Operator

December 5, 2012


The RMV on a Monday afternoon, after lunch and before the logical bewitching hour of right after people get off work, was INSANE. Busy, hot, snaked with long lines, boarded by uncomfortable benches and watched over by a digital red number machine, lighting up with each new person served. My son was number 215, his […]

Patti LuPone & Debra Winger On Inspiration

October 6, 2012


Tiny coverage in the NY Times Magazine about “The Anarchist” David Mamet’s new play about a prisoner and her parole adviser, starring Debra Winger and Patti LuPone. Winger says that she was kicked out of the Actor’s Studio by Shelley Winters who said, “You’re not doing what I asked you.” Anyway, Winger also talks about […]