Monthly Archives: May 2014

In the quest to free my Persecuted Ugandan friends — SUCCESS — and more…

As it turns out, Bryan, one of two gay Ugandan men I have raised money for (with the help of very generous friends) is leaving with another friend for South Africa THIS WEEK! I am very excited for him. Harold’s … Continue reading

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Is the MFA Worth It?: Guest blog by Message from a Blue Jay Author Faye Rapoport DesPres!

Message from a Blue Jay was written one chapter at a time, starting in the early days at Solstice when I started practicing the personal essay form. Slowly, over the two-year period of my studies, I began building a body of work I could be proud of. Still, the essay collection that became my final Creative Thesis was not the end of the road – not by far. Continue reading

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The good news, the bad news

The good news is that I’ve started blogging again for the lesbian.com website, whose mission it is to bring the best in news, entertainment and opinion to the worldwide lesbian community. However, straight people are encouraged to read the articles, … Continue reading

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