It's clear that Jacob a) remembered to change his clothes, and b) knew where to find the clean ones. So we're good.
This Sunday, I'll be taking Jacob to summer camp. This is monumental for both of us: it will be Jacob's first time at overnight camp, complete with full-time counselors and bunk beds. And it will be my first time letting Jacob stay overnight at a place other than one of his primary homes (my house,… Continue reading summer is really here.
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Last night, I went to see EvelynEvelyn at the TLA on South Street. The feminist hoopla seems to have died down (although it's perhaps still going - I have mainly stopped reading feminst blogspaces for a number of reasons), and I kept thinking last night how glad I am that Amanda and Jason were able… Continue reading EvelynEvelyn
I have been horribly lax about updating here, but I wanted to get a note up about something cool that came into my inbox about a week ago. Remember the ban on Revolutionary Voices, the anthology of queer art? Well, the news of the banning was picked up by a group of theatre artists who… Continue reading Revolutionary Readings
So how does one, exactly, convey a week's worth of amazement in a single blog entry? The experience in Provincetown was wonderful. I ate good food, drank good drinks, made some new friends, and wrote some amazing poems (I hope I still like them when I look at them again this weekend). But that seems… Continue reading whatever you do, don’t look down.
an alligator eating a wild boar: