Me? (T.S. Garp would say I’m pre-disastered.)
I’m a Nixon baby with female parts. I’m also a fabulous air guitarist. A reader once characterized my writing as “Erma Bombeck on jet fuel.” I’ll take that.
My work has been regularly featured in The Dallas Morning News (print and online versions, as well as in its weekly affiliate), spotlighted by The Dallas Voice as well as numerous times within the Alexandria project. I served as co-editor for the largest, print-version Teamster news publication in the southern region of the United States, and my labor-related articles have appeared on an official labor rights website as well as on those operated by both rank-and-file and non-profit groups. In addition, my commentaries in The Dallas Morning News garnered the interest of a local television producer in 2007, which led toward a two-year stint co-hosting a show that aired in five north Texan markets. My animal rescue blog, Six Days at the Fair, is here. Take a gander and get involved.
When not writing, I hang out on airplanes and in museums. I try to keep Mom out of trouble with politicians and folks who text during movies (harder than you think). Cliffhanging, plains-dwelling, river-rafting, punk-rawking, full-clouting, aggro-gardening, pre-disastered: life of mine.
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