Monthly Archives: September 2013

Hair

by cheri sabraw In June, I said good-bye to my hair stylist of twenty years. I just needed a change of scenery. She was terrific but the salon was spartan. And so, I made my break. Since that time, I … Continue reading

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Joy Covey

by cheri block sabraw Around a table for 12 or so students, 20 of us sat waiting  for Dr. Edward Steidle to enter Margaret Jacks Hall and begin our 4-year academic journey with his first lecture on the book (tablets) … Continue reading

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Queen Joan

by cheri block One of the inherent problems with writing is that it [meaning all that has been written about] has all been said before. Sure. What writers must remember is that each of us puts our own signature on … Continue reading

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