First Person Singular

Memoir

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Laurie Corn asks, “Is this old age?”


Laurie Corn is an evolving memoirist living in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Spring break

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Margie Kern-Marshall asks, “Have you been part of history?”


Margie Kern-Marshall is a retired educator living in Santa Cruz.

Political debate

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Meade Fischer asks. What is a real debate?


Meade Fischer is a local writer living in Capitola.

For Pete’s sake

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Olga Cossi says, “For Pete’s Sake.”


Olga Cossi is a life-long enthusiast of telling stories.

Raised beach

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Alan Ritch discovers a raised beach.


Alan Ritch is a cultural geographer

2016 Elections

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Jane McCormick Crowley searches for a good presidential candidate.


Jane McCormick Crowley is a member of Pax Cristi International.

Ragtime

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Margie Kern-Marshall asks, “Should Ragtime be allowed?”


Margie Kern-Marshall is a retired educator, living in Santa Cruz.

Widow

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Laurie Corn asks, “What is a widow?”


Laurie Corn is a writer living in Zayante.

Passing

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Steve Pleich reflects on the passing of two people.


Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and an advocate for the homeless.

Disbelief

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Jeri Bodemar shares her heart’s belief.


Jeri Bodemar feels blessed to be part of the WILPF Earth Democracy team.