Tay River Cruise

We had a great day out on Saturday; being paranoid, I took the old phone so fewer pictures and none of the great sightings of dolphins right up close to the boat! Or the seal who popped up and gave us a look like we were disturbing her day — and loads of jellyfish which Charlotte…

And the winner is…

In the end I couldn’t make up my mind, so I used the random number generator and the winner is: Send me your address via the contact form and the fabulous bag and stickers are yours. Those of you who did not win, do not despair: there’s plenty of fine merch to purchase over at…

My Wandering Uterus Contest

MY WANDERING UTERUS CONTEST: You’ve read the book, now win the swag! This fancy schmancy tote bag can be yours, including stickers of both the My Wandering Uterus cover image and the lovely Ute Face designed by SL Johnson! How can you win? Here are the rules: Write about a travel adventure you have had in 100…

In Search of Medusa

On the town (NYC naturally) with the QoE at the Met, in the park, sharing Amity, and a drink with Katya. More pix on the ‘book.  

Out Now: My Wandering Uterus

My Wandering Uterus: tales of traveling while female  Edited by K. A. Laity, Foreword by H. Byron Ballard, Cover design or artwork by S. L. Johnson Buy merchandise with the cover art at Red Bubble or Cafe Press. BUY THE BOOK!  List Price: $14.99 5″ x 8″ (12.7 x 20.32 cm)  Black & White on White paper 360…

My Wandering Uterus ToC

The all-but-final table of contents for My Wandering Uterus, the collection of travel writing by women that Byron and I were foolish enough to brainstorm together — joking! I suppose this is the nearest I will come to that feeling of a baby being overdue (at this rate, I fear it will be coming out…

Call for Submissions: My Wandering Uterus

The fabulous Byron Ballard (forensic folklorist & village witch) suggested putting together an anthology of women’s travel writing to be called My Wandering Uterus. And while I continue to say, ‘No more editing jobs!’ somehow I have been roped into this project. So here is the call: We seek essays, stories and poetry about your…