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Aug.03.2011
I was happy to be invited to contribute a piece, "When Visitation Phone Calls Are All You Have," to the first edition of the Huffington Post's Parenting Blog on August 2, 2011: "The drop-offs for visitation proceed like clockwork, with the yellow Steelers backpack of books and...
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Dec.08.2010
From AOL: "A recent poll indicates that 58 percent of Americans favor repealing at least some of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. I'm guessing that many of these opponents either oppose it because of misunderstandings about the abortion provisions or because they have been...
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Oct.28.2010
"My mom has vowed to keep insurance coverage for her employees…. And every year or so she wastes weeks of her life and productivity in a struggle to win her employees some health coverage, even if it ends up being substandard and constantly changing….So, like many small-business people, my mom...
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Oct.27.2010
I got to talk with Doug Dangler when I visited Columbus, Ohio, and he interviewed me for a great new series of video and audio interviews called "Writers Talk." It was a wonderful experience, and very cool to see how my old employer the Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing is...
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Oct.27.2010
Grub Street is thrilled to announce that Rahna Reiko Rizzuto has won our 2010 National Book Prize in Non-Fiction for her memoir, Hiroshima in the Morning, published by The Feminist Press. Grub Street also congratulates two finalists: Lost in Wonder: Imagining Science and Other Mysteries (...
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Sep.02.2010
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Hey Red Room friends--  I am so happy to let you know that Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir is OUT!  There's an excerpt and links to a digital press kit at http://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/product/Cover-Me,674630.aspx And here's a discount code for you to receive a 20% discount: 6AF10.  I hope...
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