Masterbitch Theater: Profiting From Tragedy

[E] Selena MacIntosh*Op Ed11 Comments

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I was torn about what we should talk about in today’s Masterbitch Theater. At first, we were going to talk gun control. Then, I considered talking about the state of mental health care in the U.S. Finally, however, I landed on something else entirely. 

[E] Selena MacIntosh*Masterbitch Theater: Profiting From Tragedy

Hirst, Butterflies, and Why I Write About Art

OpifexOp Ed7 Comments

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There’s been a little ruffle of consternation about Damien Hirst’s recent retrospective at the Tate Modern lately. Reading about it has basically confirmed everything I have ever thought about why people need to be better informed about the arts.

OpifexHirst, Butterflies, and Why I Write About Art

Polly Nichols and the Republican Platform

Linotte MelodieuseOp Ed5 Comments

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Here’s one thing I think we all know: I want to be a writer. I’m working on something else right now, but the next novel I’ll be concentrating on is a paranormal historical concerning the Whitechapel murders of 1888. This means I had to do a lot of research into the time period, including the social conditions of London’s East … Read More

Linotte MelodieusePolly Nichols and the Republican Platform

Dispatches From the Ladyblogosphere

[E] Sally LawtonOp Ed7 Comments

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There’s a whole world of ladyblogs out there, and we’ve found the best of the best (and the best of the worst) from this past week for your reading pleasure. What have you found around the interwebs lately?

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Takedown: Mary Had a Little Lamb of God

SusanOp Ed9 Comments

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Okay, chickadees, we’re taking a break from election politics this week and visiting the good ol’ prayer in school argument. With a nursery rhyme twist!

SusanTakedown: Mary Had a Little Lamb of God