1. How to take a good butt selfie.
I am a woman and a blogger and I don’t have a job.
1. Chanel nail polish.
We went on a two week silent retreat.
it’s been through their words that they’ve created a wave. A wave of love. A wave of support. A wave to say that — while we may not have the power to change things — we have the power to help.
Being a blogger has its ups and downs. We don’t know whether or not to write about a certain post. Then we decide to write about it but… do we publish it?
A dominatrix pretending to be blogger Lindy West stood before me in white patent-leather gear.
Blogging is generally a benign, silly, typo-ridden, fact-challenged, and entirely inconsequential pastime—but not always, as many of the following real-life stories gruesomely illustrate.
It’s okay if you’re a renowned journalist or a second-rate wannabe blogger. But never tell anyone that they cannot or should not write.
Academic Coercion – This, I recall, was referring to the factory farming of short stories, their proliferation within MFA schools because of their palatability for grading