I am so damned annoyed that Sonya Huber and I never met while we attended Carleton together. Happily, MySpace succeeded where Sayles-Hill failed, and I was able to interview her about her 2010 book Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir. Sonya not only gave birth to Ivan and changed his diapers, she managed to write a great book about class warfare that has a half-naked person on the cover. You should buy it.
MINNESOTA PUBLIC RADIO NEWS:
Idiots in my legislature, most (but not all!) of them male, inspired this commentary piece: Concern for the unborn, not so much for the born but homeless. Even my 11-year-old knows that "pro-life" doesn't include all life--especially not life that's kinda yucky looking.
In my review of Balance Your Hormones, Balance Your Life by Claudia Welch, I reveal that, like the glamorous lady pictured above, I have lost my hormones and do not know where to find them. Welch thinks they might be hiding in some Ayurvedic herbal concoctions, but I'm not so sure. I'll just have to keep looking.