I’m Off (Following the Connecticut Author Trail…)

I’m taking a couple of days off of blogging. Today, my pal (and very talented writer…preorder her book!) Rachel Stone is crossing Long Island Sound to hang with me. Tonight, she and I, and a couple of other friends, will go to a big shindig at the Mohegan Sun Casino honoring the 2012 Connecticut Authors Trail writers—of which I am honored to be one. Plus I’ve actually never been to Mohegan Sun, which is kind of embarrassing for someone who lives in such a small state.

I’ll be back on Monday with something new!

Disability as the Last Acceptable Prejudice: A Farewell Blog Post (For Now)
In Hamilton vs. Orlando, I Choose Hamilton
Consider the Birds: What happens to a writer (this writer) when words fail
Prince, Chronic Pain, Opioids & Why Dependence is Not a Pathology
About Ellen Painter Dollar

Ellen Painter Dollar is a writer focusing on faith, parenting, family, disability, and ethics. She is the author of No Easy Choice: A Story of Disability, Faith, and Parenthood in an Age of Advanced Reproduction (Westminster John Knox, 2012). Visit her web site at http://ellenpainterdollar.com for more on her writing and speaking, and to sign up for a (very) occasional email newsletter.