Move Over Boys, the Women are Coming

There've been a lot of articles in the mainstream press addressing women's anger. Reading them is both validating..and ironically, rage inducing. They please me because they're long past due. They piss me off because women have been writing about their own anger for decades...yet those articles and essays and books, like women in general, have... Continue Reading →

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How To Become Radicalized in Ten Easy Steps

Step 1 The slow realization that something about you is considered not as good as, seen as less than. Even though you don't feel less than, everything you read and see and hear, watch and listen to, screams and whispers it to your heart. Step 2 The dissonance of questioning and doubting your own experiences. Making excuses... Continue Reading →

My Life as an Open Book

I mentioned in a comment recently that being home means confronting the ghosts in the floor boards. Along with the memories comes the monsters in the closets and the poltergeist in the pipes. None of those hit home with a more resounding thwack to the temple than going through a musty box pulled from the... Continue Reading →

Stop the Ride, I Want to Get Off!

If I reach back into my memory, back before the kids and the husband, stretch past the boyfriends and the general debauchery that defined my twenties, strain past that first bittersweet taste of adulthood, I can just about remember what life was like as a teenage girl, how weighted with importance everything seemed. Back then, before... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

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