Monthly Archives: August 2017

Ann Wertz Garvin’s The Dog Year

by Mary E. Latela August 30, 2017. Great writing is not always in busy, emotional scenes, but in the parts left out. Ann Garvin does this with perfection. Dr. Lucy Peterman has lost her husband and long yearned for baby-to-be … Continue reading

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Diplomatic Voice, Please

Reflection by Mary E. Latela, August 8, 2017 “They will be met with fire, fury and, frankly, power, the likes of which this world has never seen before,” said the President on this fine day. Here’s a thought: ┬áSo here’s … Continue reading

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Mothers & Others

Reflection by Mary E. Latela, August 6, 2017 I remember hearing, at one of those academic cocktail parties: There are two kinds of women, those who love children and those who do not love them. I think this is too … Continue reading

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