Monthly Archives: June 2011

Unsettled in Seattle

I’ve been a fan of the NPR program This American Life for years. I subscribe to the podcasts on iTunes and donate money to the show when I can afford the ten bucks. I used to be a professional dog walker, … Continue reading

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Anarchy, Sports–and Gay Marriage?

This week, gay marriage has been back in national news as the New York state legislature debates passage of a bill legalizing same-sex unions. For Kris and me, it’s been on our minds, too–on Saturday we’ll celebrate the sixth anniversary of our … Continue reading

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New review of Leaving L.A.

Kay Bigelow, a lesbian fiction reviewer who writes for the Lambda Literary Foundation, just published a review of Leaving L.A. on her blog and added it to the book’s product page on Amazon, too. Here are the salient points:   Christie … Continue reading

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