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Mar.11.2014 - 3:34 pm
  “I was just thinking,” said Coyote/Llixgrijb, “that maybe I’ve chosen the wrong realm to live in altogether. I created this physical, temporal realm, and put Brillig in...
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Nov.13.2013 - 8:27 pm
  That’s a line that I once scrawled inside a paper sculpture—one of a series of artworks called “messages.” Google “self-expression.” Today I got 2,480,000 results in less...
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Nov.05.2013 - 2:15 pm
Here’s some news that amazed me recently, and also got me to asking myself a lot of troublesome questions. Working gears have been discovered in an insect. Scientific American’s...
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Sep.06.2013 - 1:46 pm
A couple of posts ago, I mentioned the allegedly late Timothy Leary’s disdain for privacy—“the evil of monotheism,” he called it. Personally, I’m as alarmed as anyone else about...
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Comments from Pat

Apr.02.2013 - 8:41 am
In response to: Concerning Wisdom—Old and New
Thanks for your comment. My husband, Wim Coleman (wimcoleman@gmail.com), and I write collaboratively. This was his post...
Aug.22.2012 - 12:54 pm
In response to: How to Get Bookstores to Stock Your Self-Published Book
Thanks, Marcia, for your suggestions. I write in collaboration with my husband, Wim Coleman, and we've been the rounds...
Jan.21.2012 - 4:00 pm
In response to: Red Roomers Blog About Self-Reinvention
Survival mechanism -- exactly! Thanks for explaining it so well.
Jan.18.2012 - 6:54 am
In response to: Red Roomers Blog About Self-Reinvention
Is self-reinvention really planned? Does it happen the way you plan it? (Does life?) Creative experience is about...
Dec.04.2009 - 10:03 pm
In response to: Best Gift Book
I’m going to plug our own triple-award-winning Anna’s World, highly praised historical fiction for young readers that...

Published Reviews

Juggler in the Wind
Feb.25.2011
Published by http://biblioreads.blogspot.com/2011/02/juggler-in-wind-young-adult.html
WOW. I intended to read the first chapter before bed and then a little each day over the weekend, but twelve chapters later I had to tear myself away so I could get some sleep!...