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ECS

As if she had just died now, I noted what time it was when I wrote the sentence “Two weeks before Elizabeth’s birthday, Harriot sent a telegram to Susan with the news: ‘Mother passed away at three o’clock.’”

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End stretch

I’m pressing onward to finish  Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, A Friendship That Changed the World. My editor is waiting. Spring break is over, back to teaching 3 classes at Queens next week, plus a author visit at … Continue reading

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Up at 3 am

I’ve been up since 3 a.m.–no, that is not typical, in fact, I’ve never done that–but my editor is waiting for my manuscript for  Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony: A Friendship That Changed the World. Plus Elizabeth and … Continue reading

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Music, Teaching, Writing

Last night in my Issues in Children’s Literature class at Queens College, a teacher described how she plays Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” throughout the school year & ties in lessons & activities. She said that her students love the whole experience. … Continue reading

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