Tuesday Notes & Notions
The schedule for the Atlanta Queer Literary Festival is posted at www.atlqueerlitfest.com. As I was typing it out, I could not believe all the incredible authors we have coming for this event. Check it out and mark your calendar!
Fabulous poet Jeannine Hall Gailey has a mini-review of After the Poison at her blog. Thanks, JHG!
The second season premiere of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles was last night and it kicked serious, serious ass. All those asking where the liquid metal Terminators from T:2 were got their answer last night courtesy of Shirley Manson (yes, from Garbage!). Tonight is the series premiere of Fringe, by the creators of Lost. I gave up on the latter show two seasons ago, but Fringe looks interesting so I'll check it out.
This blog will soon be getting a drastic makeover. Modern Confessional has been locked in this template almost since it began five years ago, so in honor of the anniversary, I'll be unveiling a new look in October. Can't wait for you to see the page topper. Heeee...
How is it possible that Obama and McCain are deadlocked in the polls? Wake up, America! Do not let fear and empty rhetoric from McSame and the lies from his Lipstick Barracuda sway you. They are for turning the clock back on women's rights and four more years of the same. Obama and Biden are the only way forward. Oh, and did you hear that Palin has refused to stop playing Heart's Barracuda even after Ann and Nancy Wilson told her to stop? They don't support Palin (what a shock) and apparently the McCain camp has never actually listened to the lyrics. Ann and Nancy should kick Palin's moose-skinning, gun-toting, Bible-thumping ass all the way back to Alaska.