Mistaken Identity: 861-892

In which Other Mes (Other Me’s? Other Mes? I have punctuation issues) drop out of Human Nutrition, get notes with Nathalie’s new email address in France, from the Fun Run that Other Me donated to, from American Airlines about Other.. ....more

MM&M Feature on Orphan and Specialty Drugs Published

Coverage at the Crossroads is now live and published in the March issue of Medical Marketing & Media. In this feature, I was given three sets of survey data, gathered from patients, physicians and payers, regarding the problems accessing certain.. ....more

Burning Down the Farm: On the Road

Back in November, the farm burned down, and I started out on a path I’d wanted to walk for years, but had always been too financially conservative to take. I am now a full-time freelance writer and PR consultant. So:.. ....more

YWTT: Why Exactly British TV Is So Damn Good

This post is part of the You Write the Title series – title submitted by Karen. Easy question with an easy, foolproof answer. Take a physically compact former superpower with eons of reverence for education and drama, ensure it retains…Read the full article ...more

On Falling and Being Broken

A romantic calls it falling in love. Note the preposition. Falling in ....more

YWTT: Kicking Cancer’s Ass

This post is part of the You Write the Title series – title submitted by Sac. Cancer always kind of kicks your ass. Whoever you are ....more

YWTT: In Praise of Ostriches

This post is part of the You Write the Title series – title submitted by Steve, who clearly just wanted to see if I would. I would. The ostrich is a funny bird All legs and neck and wings ....more

YWTT: Now That’s Sexy

This post is part of the You Write the Title series – title submitted anonymously. Sexy is an overused term, a societal construct, a tagline and a cliche and an excuse and a guilt trip. Sexy is not always a…Read the full article ...more

YWTT: Shut Up

This post is part of the You Write the Title series – title submitted by Sac....more

Q&A

In which I take a Q&A that Benedict Cumberbatch did with The Guardian. And in which I am frequently lazy and cause you to click over to his answers, because I crib a lot of them, and not just because…Read the full article ...more