By: Leah Holbrook Sackett Nancy wailed like any baby when wet or hungry. She grew into her quiet phase. Her Dad said Nancy had a soft mouth, then rained down kisses and praise for keeping a cool head. Dad was a union negotiator for Sweetgum County, he earned his living among the loud and willful.Continue reading “Spit On It”
By: Nina Fosati Vickie wasn’t a hard core Women’s Libber, but the notion of being a DJ appealed to her. Even though she had no experience, she auditioned for the college radio station. The manager said she had a sexy voice. When she was ready, he’d give her the 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. slot.Continue reading “Can’t Walk Away”
By: Melody In her hollow eyes Lies a universe, A domain emitting with color. Sparkles circle her being, … A silver glow Radiates from her hands, Sweeping her to a faraway place. To a world of light. Learn more about Melody at our Featured Authors page.
By: Phyllis Greenberg Houseman In the summer of 1962, I traveled to Ecuador as part of a Peace Corps Volunteer group of science and math teachers. First, we trained for two months at the University of Maryland’s College Park campus. Half-way through the course, our small team had the honor of meeting President John KennedyContinue reading “A Lesson in Cultural Priorities”