Author Archive: Leona Wisoker

Practical Light: A #HoldOnToTheLight Post

In previous posts for the Hold On To The Light campaign, I’ve talked about my own misery; the pain of my mom dying, my lifelong battles with depression, my stubborn refusal to quit. I think I’ve covered those angles pretty…
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Racism And Protesting

I tend to address most breaking news after the dust settles, because there’s so much misinformation in the first 24 hours that it takes another week for me to sort out the real from the overblown. The current situation, however,…
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Bizarre and Beautiful

There are no bloodworms in this article. They're far too tame.

Time to get weird with worms! I present the following to amuse, inform, and disturb. Enjoy! (Warning: this post may not be suitable for the, ah, “squirmish”.) Warring Over Worms Who’d have thought a worm infected by a fungus could…
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Political Post: Transgender and Military

If you don’t like political posts, feel free to skip this one. But it’s important, so I do hope you choose to read it. (Context: I began this post some days ago, obviously. Or perhaps not so obvious, given the…
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Back At The Desk Again

I’m home. Really, really home this time. I’m not going to Florida again this year (knock on wood!), and I only have one convention planned (AtomaCon, in November–DO check them out, they’re fabulous!). I’m done with writing Servants of the…
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