“Good White People” and the Failure of Our Imaginations
As a white woman from the South who writes novels that attempt to debunk some of the falsehoods of white, Southern nostalgia,
My son is six, and has the teensiest penchant for the dramatic (no idea where he got THAT from!) He and I are alike in so many ways,
(Prayer square and blanket made by the NDPC Knit Wits)
It’s pretty much impossible to say anything definitive about living through this time of global pandemic.
Love your neighbor. Stay home.
(Sam putting up banners at my church.)
So, how are we all doing?
Me, I’m caught in a cycle of being profoundly aware of what an honest-to-God PRIVILEGE it is to have the ability to stay home,
I hadn’t intended to name this blog. But I think “gimme shelter” works–at least during this time when the governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp,
Susan Rebecca White & Joshilyn Jackson have Indie Next Picks!
We Are All Good People Here: A Novel by Susan Rebecca White