It’s New Year’s Eve. A year ago today, I took action on something I’d been working on in the wings for several months—finally took action, if I’m being honest. I’d labored over the idea of stepping into a storm I could easily have avoided for the remainder of my life. Some have argued that my … Continue reading New Year’s Eve 2021—Would I Do It All Again?
It’s my birthday, Sunday, and I’m giving away copies of my new short fiction piece, “The Price of a Cup of Coffee.”
There’s no hidden grab; I don’t want your email address. You don’t need to sign up for anything.
It really is free and clear.
To paraphrase Larry Kramer, we lost a lot of good young men to the flu back then. I lost my brother and those I had come to call family. And I know I’m not alone with that loss. World AIDS Day Today, December 1st, is World AIDS Day. And in many ways, it is a … Continue reading World Aids Day: Living With Ghosts
When my year-long investigation into Kevin Spacey was published, I wasn’t sure what would follow. I certainly didn’t expect this. Randy Fowler[…]
For those of you who know me, know that wee girl is the center of my universe; she has me well-trained. And I wouldn’t have it any other way. But as with all life, we age and as we age our presence on this planet begins to slowly degrade and fade away. Tallulah is 12 … Continue reading Tallulah: The Next Phase
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