Where I’ve Written


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Travel

Matador Network

“Being a Black Alien in South Korea is Easier than Being a Black Alien at Home”

“7 Things I Learned about Drinking in South Korea”

“A Sanctuary While Grieving Far From Home”


News & Features

Lake County News

“Local family enjoys new opportunities after graduating from Family Self-Sufficiency Program”

“Redwood Community Services HOME Program offers a new direction for mothers”

“Upper Lake Elementary’s full-day kindergarten sees improvement in personal growth of students”

“Kelseyville Churches Band Together to Feed Hungry”

“Relay for Life: Not an Exercise but an Experience”

“Postman Bring the Art of Letter Writing back to Elementary Schools”

“Novice and Senior Artists, a New Contest, Featured at Main Street Gallery”

“New Upper Lake Community Garden Opens at Old Feed Mill Site”

“Meals on Wheels Delivers Nourishment to Community in Need”


Essays

Seattle Star

“Visiting First Place School: Reflections on Other-centric Education, Private Education, & Identity”

Sharanya

“Reflections on Pagans and Hindus”


Reviews

Drama in the Hood

Bring Your Kids to See “The Icelandic Illumination Rangers”

“‘Black Like Us’ World Premier Hits Home

“38th Anniversary of ‘A Christmas Carol’ Adaptation by Gregory A. Falls”

“Miracle on 34th Street” Opens in West Seattle

“A Child’s Christmas in Wales” & “The Long Christmas Dinner”

“‘Floyd Collins,’ Well Done, Opens over the Weekend”

“West Coast Premier of ‘Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo’ Hot, Tense, and Poignant” 

“Precious Little A Little Short”

“Backyard Bard’s ‘Twelfth Night’ Short and Sweet”

“‘Rapture, Blister, Burn’: A Short Course on Feminism”

“Copious Love Productions’ ‘7 Deadly Birthdays'”

“Henry V, By William Shakespeare”

“The Merry Wives of Windsor”

“Seattle Outdoor Theatre Festival Commences with Tempest”