Month: March 2013

April’s curator at Nola Studiola Redux is Sarah Perry, known to me at first in my Baton Rouge days as Sarah “Tricky” Perry. Sarah is one of those people, like Drew Ervin and Rose Scholarina, who emanate a powerful aura of knowingness and kindness that I can’t really filter through an expositionary anecdote. (Well, Drew […]

Super late! I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’ve been in serious NGM…(navel gazing mode)…okay, now I’m back to stargazing…thus, I’m combining a few Q’s I orbited out there… For this post, I’ve reached out to a constellation of friends and have solicited responses to the following: On being a woman in […]

So, I asked a few pals about “being a mother/care-giver in the academy (Work-family-publishorperish-evening events balance…) & to preach it in this week’s column. But, let’s ponder this PSA from our muse first.  “It is wrong to keep spelling out unnecessary choices that make women unconsciously resist either commitment or motherhood–and that hold back recognition […]