Sometimes, after unspeakable trauma, we can find an ember of innocence to help us thrive again.
Topical content, poured through timely filters.
- January: Martin Luther King Day
- February: Ground Hog Day
- March: St. Patrick’s Day
- April: Earth Day
- May: Memorial Day
- June: Father’s Day
- July: Independence Day
- August: Back to School
- September: Banned Books Week
- October: Halloween
- November: Veteran’s Day
- December: Christmas / Hanukkah
- Any Holidays or Special Awareness Days / Weeks / Months
- Authors’ Birthdays/ Tributes / Memorials
It's that time of year again, light snow fall dusting the fields and turning a muddy lane pure white, wreaths on the doors, the pale twinkling glow...
Years ago, just for spite, the night city editor at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch sent me to cover Sen. Robert Dole’s keynote opening of the Young...
Originally appeared November 2018 in the blog https://LeeMartinAuthor.comAfter struggling to complete my junior year of college, I withdrew from...
War, huh, yeah What is it good for Absolutely nothing – Edwin StarrThis piece for Veterans Day is excerpted from Jim McGarrah's memoir...
It hadn’t been the best year, but I can honestly say I’ve had worse. However, 2020 wins for Grossest Reoccurring Question in the Fishburne House:...
For a year, except for carefully calibrated trips to the doctor or dentist, I truly was happy in my little 680-square-foot apartment. I considered...
[Editor’s Note: Lorna Dee Cervantes contracted Covid a year ago. Her 2020-21 Facebook posts, even heavily abridged here, offer a personal journey...
Editor's Introduction: This post was sent to us in April. Having just been vaccinated, we'd started moving about the world again and so several...
Las Vegas holds a special place in my heart, somewhere between skipping a beat and bleeding out. Vegas is the girl who hid in the back of the class...