Words and the War of the World View

I’ve spent the last week or so poring over materials on street harassment for a presentation and a series of blogs I want to do. Harassment has become rather a high-profile item because—among other things—several women in the last several years have been killed for rejecting the advances of … Continue reading


Author Interview: Sheila Gilluly

Writer Sheila Gilluly believes that Cicero probably had it right: If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need. A woman of many talents, she knows how to retrieve catnip mice thrown by her cat Gracie and is both organic gardener/carpenter and a squirrel whisperer. She’s also the author of two intricate, exciting fantasy series, The Books of the Painter and The Greenbriar Queen.

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