Women Work For Change. All Kinds.

Ex Fabula came up with a great idea for two blogs:  Interview and write about two women who have worked or fought for change.  This is about the first.

I’ve been trying to come up with a woman, someone I can reach by phone or invite for a cup of coffee, who works for change.  I’m stumped, but not because I can’t find someone who does great things.  The problem is there’s another woman I cannot get out of my head.  One who really, truly works for change.Continue reading “Women Work For Change. All Kinds.”


We don’t usually blog about Secret Fabulas. They’re secret…

Contributor: Sue Schoeppel

We don’t usually blog about Secret Fabulas.  They’re secret… and saucy and bawdy and occasionally downright erotic! Being of high moral fiber, I only stumbled on the latest, “Secret Fabula: Afterdark”, by accident.  Piously trekking toward the Christian Science Reading Room, I spied Nicole placing a Secret Fabula poster in the window of Freight 38 (www.freight38.space) on the corner of Walker & First.  Yes, I often walk 15 blocks and under a major highway on frozen Friday nights. Continue reading “We don’t usually blog about Secret Fabulas. They’re secret…”


“And Our Next Storyteller Is…Sue Schoeppel!”

Oh, God.  I am a MORON.

Well, not a classic moron making epically bad decisions like driving drunk, buying cute shoes that hurt (um, just one pair but they’re really cute), working at a publishing house and turning down Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (twelve did!) or going into an abandoned house alone to look for my missing friends when Michael Meyers had escaped yet again – it’s like eleven times now, right?  Okay, I did buy an iPhone X, but it wasn’t my fault; I was lured.Continue reading ““And Our Next Storyteller Is…Sue Schoeppel!””