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Pain Woman Takes Your Keys by Sonya Huber

I discovered Sonya Huber when she initiated plans for the virtual Disability March in January. When I found an advanced reader copy of her book of essays called Pain Woman Takes Your Keys on Netgalley, I didn’t hesitate. I sent … Continue reading

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Hello, Darkness, My Old Friend

I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will … Continue reading

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Every Journey Should Be One of Heart

First of all, I loved the way the book is structured. Using the chakras as a framework for the narrative they were telling was a brilliant way to help tell the story. I learned a little about chakras too, which … Continue reading

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In Honor of International Women’s Day

Sorry, I had computer problems last night. But here I am tonight. This poem is in honor of International Women’s Day. Women do so many things in this world. They run homes, run companies, run marathons; They raise children, raise … Continue reading

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