To All the Women I’ve Never Had a Chance to Know

For all the inventions that might have made my life better, brighter, or easier but were never made because a woman never got the chance, this is my lament. For all the female comedians I never got to laugh at, all the women authors I've never had the chance to read, who were never taught in... Continue Reading →

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We Can Be Mourners, Just for One Day

I never shared a table with David Bowie. I never shared a bed with him, or a caress, a smile or a conversation, or even a ride on an uptown train. I did not know him. And yet his death touches me. Not in the personal way of a dying parent or a close friend.... Continue Reading →

Little Ditty about Jack and Diane

I hope Jack and Diane rang in the New Year by sucking on chili dogs out behind the Tastee Freez. I, on the other hand, celebrated by belting out the solid gold hits of my youth with friends. I should add that I can't sing. Let me clarify: I can't sing well. But I"m loud. And... Continue Reading →

Life in the Middle Ages

Much like gaining weight, middle age seems to have snuck up on me. Sure, somewhere in the back of my mind I knew all those nights spent in front of the television with bowls of salty snacks would eventually come between me and the button of my jeans (sorry, Brooke, there is something between me... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

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