I worry about them. The lack of programs to ensure their self-esteem stays intact in spite of the conflicting media images about gender and sex.
I don’t know the answers—to any of the big questions really—but in particular about Ebola. All I know is that what I thought at first has changed and I know how it changed.
A speech by Elke Govertsen that she read at the Full Souls event at Ten Spoons Winery where she joined the mayor and other supporters of the Missoula Food Bank. It was a delightful evening of shared stories, perspective, good food and wine, and beautiful ceramics.
This first series is based around four questions and filmed at a writing retreat in the Pacific Northwest called Write Doe Bay.
Break. It is one of those words with a double, almost contradictory meaning (kinda’ like motherhood) I can give myself a break—a gift, a release of pressure, a bit of …
February theme—Sport. Ready, set, go!
Letter from the editor from print issue themed Flow.
January 2014 theme—Start
By Elke Govertsen. My home is nestled between busy moments, it looks like my husband and it feels like holding hands.
By Elke Govertsen. I know nothing of the fear of waiting. Nothing of the relief or devastation.