Monthly Archives: March 2010
My story ‘Itch’ took 2nd place in Radical Arts for Women’s annual short story contest. You can read it here. Continue reading
I guess I won a fiction prize worth $300, though I haven’t been officially informed yet. #fb # Finally did my Alaska PFD application: my very favoritest of socialist programs also enjoyed by Alaska Tea Partiers all over the state. … Continue reading
The Daily Tweets, 2010-03-26: Two writers meet. One says, “I’m writing a novel” and the other says, “neither am I.”
Questions about changes to DADT answered : tweets from yesterday’s conference call by SistersTalk http://bit.ly/cnnf0k # I’m so proud of myself. I just said no to someone on a political activism matter b/c I’m putting my writing FIRST. #fb # … Continue reading
A brief update: I’m taking a breather from Sullygate for my writing — got a deadline. I’ll come back in early April with an analysis of the deputy municipal attorney’s 3/22 memorandum that answers some but not all questions.
A great review of the Crossed Genres Year One anthology. But for some reason the reviewer can’t figure out why my story ‘Cold’ with its two lesbian characters is labeled as LGBTQ fiction. Hello?
This post summarizes my livetweet of the Anchorage Assembly on two resolutions re: Sullygate — along with the tweets themselves. Mention also of Sullivan’s alleged extramarital affair.
Gates “eases” ban on gays in the military to start enforcing DADT “in a fairer manner.” What utter bullshit. http://bit.ly/aNekfZ # Gates “eases” ban on gays in the military to start enforcing DADT “in a fairer manner.” How can DADT … Continue reading
My Daily Tweets post includes summary of #sullygate Assembly action & Sullivan alleged extramarital affair. http://bit.ly/9aNORl #fb # RT: @katsylver: Schoolhouse Rock is paying off. I know the constitution better then pundits on TV like Glenn Beck. # @akterise Just … Continue reading
A legal analysis of from the deputy municipal attorney has been issued (I provide a copy); and the Ethics Board rules against Mayor Dan Sullivan, saying that he should have disclosed his potential conflict of interest.
Susan Lindemuth, 30-year Manager of Records and Benefits at the Municipality of Anchorage, and Larry Crawford, current chief of staff to Mayor Dan Sullivan, are 50/50 co-owners of their residence. What’s this mean to the Sullivan ‘life insurance’ matter?