Author Archive | Mary Sojourner

“Writing destroyed…”: Breakthrough challenge for what’s left of the week of May 29

“When you consider all the writers who never even had a machine. Who would have given an eyeball for a good typewriter. Any typewriter. All the ones who wrote on a matchbook cover. Paper bags. Toilet paper. Who had their writing destroyed by their jailers. Who persisted beyond all odds.” ― Sam Shepard, True West […]

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Safe House

Watch a temporarily stalled-out writer go back to work: I’ve begun a new story. It has been too long since I’ve written one. My new collection, The Talker, came out in March. I haven’t put a link to The Talker, because though it is the keeping of a promise to people who’ve told me my stories, it […]

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Long over-due News About a True Human Friend from the FLF* Compound

As you can see from this photograph, I have been waiting patiently for our human to transcribe my column. She has had to go to the vets many times over the last six months for a broken knee-cap, a torn back muscle and to have four teeth pulled.  We true revolutionaries understand that sometimes vet’s happen. I […]

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