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On Pins and Needles Episode 21: Tighter is Better

January 1, 2017 |

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TRIGGER WARNING: References in this podcast to weight loss and food/eating.

HAPPY NEW YEAR! On this month’s episode of On Pins and Needles, our friend Mo returns (YAY!) and we all talk … Read More

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Can’t Talk Podcast Episode 176: Naked with Santa’s Face

December 27, 2016 |

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My Brand Is Despair Books

December 24, 2016 |

Hello darkness, my old friend.

Anyone who follows me on Twitter or Goodreads knows my real book brand is despair and gross sobbing.

So here are the top books I read this year that made it really difficult to get … Read More

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All Of It

December 23, 2016 | | One Comment

We keep talking about how hard this year has been, and it has been—for personal reasons and for world-breaking fascist regime sort of reasons. Those reasons are real, for each of us, and we have every reason to be tired … Read More

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It Was a Very Strange Year

December 22, 2016 |

Normally when I write my end of year reviews, I go over the movies I’ve watched and rate the five or 10 best, make Academy Award predictions, and discuss the films that have been announced that I am most looking … Read More

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Nat’s Best of 2016: Full Frontal with Samantha Bee

December 21, 2016 |

I almost didn’t bother writing about what I considered the best of this past year because I’m not-so-secretly yearning for a giant meteor. OK, that’s melodramatic, but right now everything hurts, and there’s no end to said hurting in sight. … Read More

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Do-It-Yourself Holiday Letter

December 21, 2016 |

Please welcome back CenterlineAP for a light-hearted holiday letter idea.

As an introvert in a family of extroverts who expect at the very least holiday correspondence from their ghost of a sister/daughter/cousin. I struggle with this, so this is my attempt … Read More

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Sometimes I Read Happy Books, OK

December 20, 2016 |

I read a lot of books this year (116 and counting).

There was a good mix of literary and genre fiction—though much of it ranged from sad to outright snot-busters.

Still, some of it was sweet or even hopeful. So … Read More

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