in the face of injustice

What do we do, in the face of injustice? Some of us go out in the streets, some of us visit our elected representatives. Others do work behind the scenes, doing the hard and unloved work of making it possible...

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the routine

I am, fundamentally, a creature of habit. I don't find routine boring; on the contrary, I find routine deeply satisfying, and the pleasure of checking off things on my to-do lists is a sharp and lovely one. Without a routine,...

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cold snap

I live in what is usually an extremely temperate climate.  I can see the ocean from my front door, and the town I live in backs onto the Olympic Mountains. It rains quite a bit here, but it usually...

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Untethered Authors Share What They Learned While Writing for this Anthology

Hello, and welcome to today's stop on the blog tour for Untethered: A Magic iPhone Anthology! All authors do research for their stories. In honor of the book release for Untethered: A Magic iPhone Anthology, five authors divulge what they looked...

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the quiet season

It's Labor Day weekend, and out here that marks the end of the tourist season. Soon this little town will settle back into its sleepy rhythms, the Friday night high school football games and the storms that sweep in...

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