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Happy National Poetry Month! Go Read Some Verse.
Books / Culture

Happy National Poetry Month! Go Read Some Verse.

Somewhere in my house, in a box, there’s one of those diaries with the wrap-around lock and two tiny aluminum keys. Well, there used to be keys, now lost in the landfill of time. The diary was once made of faux-leather, which wore out and was replaced with duct tape (super trendy). It’s full of poetry that I wrote in middle and high school.

Tell a fairytale today
Family / Kids

Tell a fairytale today

February 26th was “Tell A Fairytale Day.” Fairytales occupy a special place in society, stories that are understood culturally and even cross-culturally. They are older than written communication. How can we tell stories to our children and help them tell their own?

6 Things I’d Rather Do than Celebrate the Holidays
Family / Life

6 Things I’d Rather Do than Celebrate the Holidays

1. Eat a disappointing meal Rural Minnesota. Autumn. Pregnant. You order Perkins’ new Chicken Pot Pie. You eat about half of it and then begin hunting and pecking and then the realization hits –  you’ve been served a white-gravy-filled pie crust. There are no carrots, no peas, and none of […]

Labels Belong On The Tags Of Camp Clothes; Identites Don’t
Family / Kids / Parenting

Labels Belong On The Tags Of Camp Clothes; Identites Don’t

Meet Levi Sable, yet another of the new contributors populating VillageQ. You might know him from Queer Dads Blog: and if you don’t, you’ll want to go back there and have a look around. He’ll be posting here monthly, and we’re thrilled about it! ~ VQ Eds Queer—trans—bisexual—poly—white. I am […]