Posts Tagged ‘Salon’

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My First Marathon Was Agony – and the Cure for My Broken Heart

By Sarah Tomlinson | April 19, 2015 | | Photo credit: Warren Goldswain via Shutterstock. Before the starter’s pistol, I knew I was unprepared to run my first marathon in August 2013. It didn’t hit me that I was potentially worse off than I’d thought until about the seven-mile mark. I found myself panting […]

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My essay, OUR SCHOOL SHOOTING, is up on Salon this week. I felt a familiar, creeping dread when I saw the first mention of the July shooting in Aurora, Colorado, on Twitter and again not two weeks later when I read newspaper reports about the massacre at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin. It had been even […]

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