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We’re in the money! Hurrah for Wild Flag

Wild Flag in the money

By Erika Meyer

Wild Flag. It’s a respectable debut album. It takes risks. It mixes the familiar and the odd. The drumming is delectable, the guitar-playing engaging and sometimes blistering.  Continue reading We’re in the money! Hurrah for Wild Flag

Winter Solstice 1983

By Erika Meyer

Because I kept journals through my teens, I can pinpoint the date that the light began to dawn for me in terms of how sexism affected my life personally. It was December 1983. I was 15 years and eight months old. Coincidentally, my daughter is that exact age this month. Continue reading Winter Solstice 1983