Monthly Archives: April 2011

Jill Malone, fabulous talented – but not “a girl gifted at garden parties.” Jill Malone grew up in a military family, went to German kindergarten, and lived across from a bakery where they put small toys, like train engines, into chocolate, and the gummi bears were the size of mice. In the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

Do What You Gotta Do

Do What You Gotta Do Three year old Kennedy is dancing, interpreting Nina Simone’s “I Need a Little Sugar in My Bowl.” She sways from side to side and bends from the waist, letting her dirty blonde hair and fingertips … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Marianne K. Martin -An Interview With Multi-Talented Author, Publisher, Photographer, Coach, and All-Around Fine Human Being

Marianne K. Martin Biography A graduate of Eastern Michigan University, Ms Martin taught in the Michigan public school system for twenty-five years, has worked as a photo-journalist, a photographer, and coached both high school and collegiate teams as well as … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Redheads-Posted in Honor of one of my heroes Joan Nestle, who published the piece in Persistent Desire, Alyson Publications, in 1992

Redheads I’m a sucker for a flashy redhead.  Cherry has bucket seats, four on the floor, dual exhaust, and moves when you ask her to.  She’s getting old, driven just about every day for over twenty years.  I know how … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment