Moshoula and Karen have published their amazing interdisciplinary collection on anti-oppressive research methodologies. It includes my chapter, “Conversations with Suzanna,” on a five-year study of parenting young adults who are challenging the gender binary.
I just got news that my short story, Once, has been nominated for the 2017 Braddock Avenue Books Best Short Fiction Award. Thanks to Crack the Spine for this nomination. I’m over the moon!
These were the first words Dad spoke to me when he found himself heavily sedated and physically restrained in intensive care. So begins my chapter, “A Place for Dad,” a which appears in the new book Care Home Stories, edited … Continue reading
Long ago on a stormy day a ribbon arced high across the clouds— light and water banded together in a splurge of color and the promise of renewal. And we danced, didn’t we? Some of us naked, and some of … Continue reading
I’ve had some requests for the powerpoints and handouts from a lecture I gave at CSWE, so here you go! The practical stuff’s in the handouts at the end.barusch-2016-sex-and-intimacy-after-60
If you’re up for an audio adventure, my poem Devil Wind has just been released by the experimental audio journal, Golden Walkman (Issue 3.7, starting at 5:30) You can hear me read it at this link.
Dear Friends, Two of my poems have just been published in the Fall, 2014 issue of Stone Path Review. You can read them by clicking here. Happy November, Amanda