Women make up 15% of Alabama’s state legislature. In Vermont, the number is 39% — which is still too low, but is also the second highest in the nation. Alabama’s heavily-male dominated legislature just passed the most draconian anti-abortion law in the country. If it gets upheld by the U.S.
So I’ve had my book out there for about a month now, and I’ve sold a grand total of eight copies. Because the novel is also part of the Kindle Unlimited program (which is like “Netflix for Kindle books”), I can also see reports on how many pages its members
I’ve been teaching writing in virtually of its forms for over a decade. My resume includes working with a diverse range of students at every post-elementary level, including college and including students with mild and severe learning disorders. My primary teaching style is Socratic. I ask lots of questions and
I published my first novel, Gods of the Hills: An Act of Secession, on Amazon Kindle this week. And that’s all I’m going to say about that. Except…it does not feel like a major accomplishment. This has nothing to do with it not being accepted by a literary agent or
In Defense of an Undiscussed Idea Offered At the Most Recent Town Meeting About The Future of the Green Mountain College Campus
I’m a relatively well-informed guy. I check The New York Times and The Washington Post every day. I follow a bunch of politicians, magazines, journalists, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and activists on Facebook and Twitter. But at this point, I can’t tell you definitively who is running for president and
I asked my wife if she teaches “Social Practice.” She asked what I meant, and I said, “I’m not sure.” This post is what happened next.