As of last week, I’ve been on the move between NYC, Boston, Burlington, and Connecticut… there’s lots to blog about, but it’s just gonna have to wait until all my stuff is unpacked in Harlem!
In the latest issue of Curve magazine, I have an essay about my first greasecar experience, a honeymoon of an affair with my old veggie car Rosie…
Or, click here to read the full article, and avoid the eye strain.
So as of today, I’m back in the country and will be up and blogging once again… as for the communication lapse, I’ve been in Saladitas, Mexico relaxing before packing up my life and heading back across the country to NYC.
Photo by Eros Hoagland, travel partner extraordinaire.
When I got back to Oakland and opened my mail, I found more information from Columbia- and it looks like I might have exactly enough scholarship money to cover my tuition. Couldn’t think of a more fabulous way to be welcomed back to the States…
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The Fifth Annual Trans March kicked off San Francisco’s Pride weekend Friday night. Starting in the Mission district’s Dolores Park, more than 30 different trans and gender-variant bands, artists and performers were featured on stage before and after the parade, which snaked through the Castro and down Market street. Erin Siegal reports.