I am a thirty six year old mama of a thirteen year old, living on a small farm in rural Maine. We raise chickens, ducks, geese and mixed vegetables. I was an activist of sorts for over ten years, but have now retired to spend more time on farming, family, and local issues.
I occasionally sing like the dickens and play a pretty good banjo, though usually in the privacy of my own garage or backyard campfire. You can check out this aging east coast city punk gone country at:
This distro has been closed in part due to my struggles with chronic illness and my experiences with intimate partner violence. I’ve included a section on this website called “Accountability and Survival,” which has essays and stories of community processes, opinions, and responses to abuse. Folks can feel free to email me stories or essays to post. The distro does not share all of the opinions or values in these posts, but I hope the essays and websites provided are a good starting point for challenging conversations. I am currently working on a zine about domestic violence and emotional abuse called “Gaslight,” which should be ready for release next spring. Be sure to check out It’s Down to This, a zine about accountability, from Doris Press.
Thanks out there, for keeping the fires of feminist resistance burning!