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(I originally posted this in 2012, but a conversation I had recently with some of my students made me think of it. I still think it raises some interesting questions, and so I am reposting it now.) In Kayak Morning, Roger … Continue reading
If you enjoy these cartoons, please help me make more by supporting my Patreon. A $1 pledge really matters! The worse physical pain I ever felt in my life was a mysterious pain in my left forearm, searing and throbbing … Continue reading
What a great show! Let’s spoil it.
If you enjoy these cartoons, please support them on my Patreon. A $1 pledge really matters. TRANSCRIPT OF CARTOON Panel 1 This panel shows a reporter standing in a back yard, taking notes in a little pad, as a woman … Continue reading
If you enjoy these cartoons, and can spare it, please support them on Patreon. A $1 pledge really matters. The pundit march against “identity politics” never gets old, does it? Oh, wait. In a way, this is something I did … Continue reading
I met my Harvey Weinstein when I was around 13 years old. He was the head waiter at the catering hall where I worked, and he spent the next three or four years groping and fondling me as often and … Continue reading
Not too long ago, I received from my publisher, Guernica Editions, the final proof of the cover of my new book of poems, Words For What Those Men Have Done and I am really happy with it. The design, of course, is … Continue reading
In September, I start my first full term as Secretary of my faculty union. One of my responsibilities is to write and manage the union blog, which has been very interesting, both because I have been given more or less … Continue reading
Peter S Beagle, author of “The Last Unicorn,” is in dire need! Here are three ways you can help. (UPDATED)
Peter S. Beagle, the author of three novels that were foundational for me (The Last Unicorn, A Fine and Private Place and The Folk of the Air), and many other novels and stories, is having financial trouble – trouble severe … Continue reading
There is a really crappy New York Times op-ed entitled “How the Anti-Vaxxers Are Winning” circulating at the moment (it’s such a great click-bait headline! Good job New York Times editors!). It claims that “It’s looking as if 2017 could … Continue reading