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They’re Made of Meat

I’ve been taking an important writing intensive this week, Nisi Shawl and K. Tempest Bradford’s Writing the Other. For the past seven days I’ve been mainly focused on keeping up with the reading and writing/craft exercises, all of which are illuminating … Continue reading

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A Cheat Sheet For Playing God

Wonder what I’ll be doing on my birthday this year? Spending it at a convention! And not just any convention, but a really cool one, where you get to have lots of intimate interaction with your fellow attendees–including the guest … Continue reading

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Think Like An Archaeologist: Make a Site Plan

When I first started to write this little guest blog for Tracy Morris, I thought it would actually be a pretty short piece. She asked me to write a little something about how my training and background in Anthropology and … Continue reading

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