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April 6, 2018

I am sharing this story with you, no matter how embarrassing and shameful, because I believe that all of us have something, large or small, which is culturally appropriative. It may be a physical item, or it may be something we have written down. In the past, I have se...

November 3, 2017

Hello all! I have a few blog posts in process, but this week I want to talk about something I'm really excited about: One of my favorite self-published authors was picked up just last month for a traditional-publishing contract with HarperTeen! Because blogging is not...

September 22, 2017

No matter what their ethnicity, children can learn about a real world full of diverse life experiences through diverse representation in the media they are constantly being told to ingest: books.

July 7, 2017

When most people think of a witch, they imagine wicked old witches who eat children and put curses on people. A witch is the shadow across a moon, the evil in a stranger, and the threat of what happens to women if they become too full of their own power.

In recent years...

May 19, 2017

This week I am going to talk about something I find highly embarrassing, but which too many of us deal with to ignore. Student Loans. *runs for cover, hides in the bushes, pushes out Spicer, who is fed on by ravenous FedLoan servicers*

 What is so embarrassing about som...

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