Archive for April, 2014

Memoir – Chapter 1 – A Strange Question

Prologue: My name is Twonkette McGillicuddy. I’m telling my story. I don’t need an alias. I’m telling the truth. I can be rebellious. Had to be. On account of the way I was born—a white middle child, in a middle class home, in the middle of suburbia, in the middle of the 1960s. But wait, […]

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Protected: Thoughts on a Sunday Morning – from a ‘different’ perspective

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Protected: What a difference a year makes – parting shots from the bloody trenches

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Protected: Connect the Dots – to connect your life

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Protected: Censorship: An Assault on Freedom (and Art)

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