Now, from Sunshot Press
HUMAN RIGHTS AND WRONGS: Reluctant Heroes Fight Tyranny
The Roman poet Terence famously said, “Nothing human is alien to me.” Here is a book that liberates Terence’s beautiful sentiment from the torturous distortion of a contemporary government that wants us to believe that no aliens are human.
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-- One-page information sheet on Human Rights and Wrongs
--Author bio and contact information
--Commentaries by distinguished readers
--Q & A with author about this book, about writing
... writes little pieces of fiction,
bigger fiction pieces, and
non-fiction of all sizes,
for all sorts of audiences:
folks like you.
She is also a liberation psychologist, a Spanish-English translator, and an activist for social justice. Under "ABOUT" you can find more information, but the essentials can be found right here, in her complete, unexpurgated, 66-word autobiography. Really! Look:
GETTING TO LIBERATION
The midwife called it Feisty, I called it Determined;
The pediatrician called it Teething, I called it Mad;
At childcare they called it Crabby, I called it Tired;
In school they called it Impudent, I called it Bored;
The professor called it Insolent, I called it Insulted;
The supervisor called it Insubordinate, I called it Creative;
The geriatrician calls it Disinhibited Irritability, I call it Liberation.