From Sea to Shining Sea

Alaska Juneau, Alaska March for women's/civil rights this AM. Great energy!!!! Be resilient and stand together!👍🏽❤️🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/1i1DqzKf5N — Alberta Jones (@AlbertaJones21) January 21, 2017 Hawaii Women's March Maui 🌈#womensmarch#womensrightsarehumanrightshttps://t.co/Q3cHjEbXKIpic.twitter.com/7yaezNwRVD — Lauren N. Rosenberg (@lnrosenberg) January 21, 2017 Washington State #seattlewomensmarch / #WomensMarch passing by Seattle City Hall now. https://t.co/DroMHW1kml pic.twitter.com/3imrDlV2If — Lindsey Wasson (@lindseywasson) January … Continue reading From Sea to Shining Sea

On BinderCon (among other things)

https://www.instagram.com/p/BDJBc2NBoGx/?taken-by=jenniferriceepstein   Last weekend was BinderCon L.A. It's a conference put on by Out of the Binders, an organization that supports women writers. As co-founder Leigh Stein said—and I'm paraphrasing here—it is indeed a nonprofit that grew out of a thing Mitt Romney said one time. In case you need a refresher: So, the meme … Continue reading On BinderCon (among other things)

This City

   Cities smaller than Long Beach: Atlanta Raleigh Miami Minneapolis  Cleveland New Orleans St. Louis Anchorage Orlando Boise Birmingham  I'm keeping this list as a reminder to myself, for the next time someone beats me to a big story (it happened today).  It's not a small town. It just feels like one.        

#AWP15

The AWP 2015 conference is almost here! There will be an offsite reading of University of Arizona alumni on Friday. Readers include the wonderful writer/teacher Elizabeth Evans, writer/editor Cara Blue Adams, poet/MMA fighter Cameron Conaway, essayist/potato farmer Joshua Foster, David James Wins-All-the-Awards Poissant, Padma Viswanathan, who is among the few writers in the world beloved enough to … Continue reading #AWP15