Monthly Archives: April 2004

I Am Sickened, But I Am Not Surprised

Scientific data is supposed to be non-partisan, although God knows it has been used over and over for distinctly political ends. Nevertheless, I am impressed by the Bush Administration’s blatant violation of… Continue reading

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The Lions of Shadow Mountain

The three of them were thin, hungry, and just six months old — too young to be foraging the mountains on their own. Maybe there would be easier pickings in town. It was their bad… Continue reading

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Finding the Words

I haven’t written in a week. And I’ve spent the night trying to find the thread of writing again. Imagine me making my way through a blank-walled maze (twisty little canyons all alike), keeping an eye out… Continue reading

Silence, Censorship, Art

Today is the Day of Silence. Students protest the mistreatment and silencing of LGBT youth in schools by not speaking for eight hours. “Think about the voices you are not hearing today. What are you going to… Continue reading

The greatest thing
in the world
is the Alphabet
as all knowledge
is contained therein
except the wisdom
of putting it together.
—from an old German bookplate