I went to college in the Diocese of Missouri, and from orientation week to graduation, I was part of the most awesome campus ministry to ever awesome. We did all sorts of amazing things with liturgy (with the approval and encouragement of our Bishop) and music and it was generally four years of wonderful, life-changing [...]
this is in the same universe as “holding out for brownies.”
summary: Natasha didn’t know that much about wine at first, but she’s a quick learner.
contains: a feminist bookstore, a wine shop, queer ladies, friendship, complicated relationships, tea
I’ve been in San Francisco for less than two weeks, and I’ve already found a job, a church, and taco happy hour. Hurrah!
Thus far, I like San Francisco a lot. I’m sharing an apartment with my friend K and two cats in the Mission Distict, which has nice weather and lots of taquerias. I’m [...]
I’m terrible at maintaining a public blog. I suppose I’m not a very public person. I am friendly to talk to face to face, but I feel a little weird spilling my guts to anyone who might happen by, even for values of “spilling my guts” that are “Scrivener is shiny!” or “OMG MY LOVE [...]
Aside from being a regular reader of FWD while it was active, I am neither a member nor a follower of the social justice blogosphere at large. I don’t have time to argue with folks on the internet, and I’m not interested in educating anyone about their privilege or obliged to do. When it [...]
Apparently, the content of this blog is “stuff I would happily share with my mom,” which is great, as she is currently the #1 commenter on this blog. (For the record? I think that’s awesome.)
I went to a reading from the new anthology Whedonistas: A Celebration of the Worlds of Joss Whedon by the Women Who Love Them (featuring Racheline Maltese, Teresa Jusino, & Priscilla Spencer) in Brooklyn on Monday. I haven’t gotten my hands on a copy of the book yet, so this isn’t a [...]
Erin K. BartuskaI'm a writer, artist, and feminist-of-all-trades living in San Francisco. My passions include baking, social justice, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and God.
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