Monthly Archives: August 2016

HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO

Anyone out there remember this Bonnie Tyler song from the eighties? “Holding Out For A Hero” Where have all the good men gone And where are all the gods? Where’s the street-wise Hercules To fight the rising odds? Isn’t there … Continue reading

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Keep Writing Through The Tough Times

Once again, I’m borrowing from Jane Friedman’s blog (why re-invent the wheel?). Her guest post, written by Jessica Strawser, discusses five ways to keep writing when life’s tough times intervene: https://janefriedman.com/5-ways-keep-writing-life-intervenes/#comments

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Queer Quotient in Hindu Mythology

I found this posting, by dhairyasathvara, quite fascinating, supporting the belief that sexual preferences and gender identity are not as prescripted as much of society still attempts to make them. “What seems unnatural is also natural.”  Tomorrow I will return to … Continue reading

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