Life Without Lipstick

And although none of these compare even remotely to the loss of life and living, they inflict a particular kind of pain because they are set against the backdrop of such monumental tragedy. One of those small sorrows is the loss of lipstick—and by this I mean red lipstick because for me, that’s the only kind there is.

A Profound Posthumous Novel from a Very Late Bloomer

Jerusalem as a Second Language, Distelheim’s second novel, is out from Audbade on September 29, 2020 but sadly, Distelheim died on June 1 and didn’t get to savor the praise that is sure to come for her sophomore effort.

Does Your Heart Need Healing?

My recent photography is about transforming objects and things in nature often overlooked. The Healing Heart poster came into being while looking at a medical model of a human heart.  I saw two “hidden” entities hugging in a loving gesture of self-compassion, which …

A Nana for the Nation

If my Nana won’t even rest on a hospital bed, we can’t rest on our laurels — we all must vote.

Amy Coney Barrett and the Women Who Uphold the Patriarchy

Despite her own myriad accomplishments, she is a vehicle for sending women backwards.

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A recorded conversation with Joy Ladin at Washington’s DCJCC. She’s wonderfully instructive, sometimes in deeply poignant ways; listen carefully here when she describes, among other things, the plight of transgender teens and their very basic need for shelter. 

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