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bretigne-shaffer's picture
Aug.09.2013
Urban Yogini is a reluctant superhero who can't use violence. Check out the pitch on Indiegogo here:    
mayra-calvani's picture
Mar.03.2013
Starr Burgess worked as an elementary teacher and school counselor for a total of seven years. She has a Master's Degree in Professional Counseling from Texas State University. Starr is busy working on her second children's book: Counselor Dynamite Befuddles the Bullyville Crew...
kristen-caven's picture
Feb.06.2013
I'm so excited for the forthcoming Tina Fey/Paul Rudd movie, Admission, for an unexpected reason: my superheroine poster is in it! Yeah, I got an email from Zazzle last fall saying they wanted to use it in a movie. Cool, I thought; some indie flick. When I realized the movie stars the author of one...
bretigne-shaffer's picture
Jan.25.2013
  A superhero who can't use violence - check out the first episode of my new comic "The Adventures of Urban Yogini"!    
monty-heying's picture
Jul.16.2012
http://www.npr.org/blogs/monkeysee/2012/07/15/156779114/the-id-the-ego-and-the-superhero-what-makes-batman-tick# Bruce and Holden both suffer obvious symptoms of PTST. Forgetting for the moment that both are fictional characters, what  should be glaringly obvious to a mental health...
robin-s-rosenberg's picture
Dec.09.2011
This blog post is an excerpt from a chapter in the anthology titled The Psychology of the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, published by BenBella Books. Lisbeth Salander is a captivating protagonist. Her appearance and demeanor lead us-and the characters in her world-to make assumptions about her...
kev-mayersky's picture
Jan.06.2010
I went to the doctor today for a blood test. They’re checking my cholesterol and other nothing serious stuff. It’s been a long time since I’d checked on my own health. And as we scratch at 40, it seems like I should check these sort of things. Likely they’ll come back and tell me that I’m a...
melissa-j-white's picture
Aug.13.2009
Here in Santa Fe, you have to have a second (or third) job that supports your art and does good in the world. My daughter calls these "Superhero Jobs." Sometimes the name fits because your first job is working at a newspaper, like Peter Parker and Clark Kent. At my last web-design job,...