The launch of Not Your Eyes, an online and print fiction and nonfiction publishing house.
To hair or not to hair? In this age of proudly organic and hemp products, Millicent Borges Accardi wonders why women still pursue shaving and waxing over au natural.
A guide to tax deductions for writers, bloggers and freelance journalists.
Little Rock forbids teachers to go commando.
Is American education failing nonconformist kids?
Catholic school kids in the Madison diocese are banned from taking field trips to the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery because it conducts research using embryonic stem cells.
The Boston Globe‘s anticipated books for fall.
“Panties” and “moist” both make the list! 9 Words You Probably Hate and Why…
Suzanne Clores goes to Mind Control Summer Camp.
A lively discussion about Rob Roberge’s The Cost of Living over at the LitReactor book club. And speaking of Other Voices Books–which has been my baby (first in magazine incarnation and then the press since 2004), it’s finally real: I have officially stepped down as Executive Editor, and Leah Tallon has taken the reigns. Be prepared for some serious badassery.
And my longtime business partner at OVB, Stacy Bierlein, has been named Executive Editor of Coachella Review, magazine of the Creative Writing where…um…I also just got a teaching job! Apparently Stacy and I cannot stay away from each other…or from former OVB authors Tod Goldberg and Rob Roberge, and the other freaking amazing faculty members, including Sunday Rumpus alums Emily Rapp, David Ulin, Deanne Stillman and Jill Alexander Essbaum, among others. I’m a little giddy, people…thanks for letting me gush.