20 June 2014

Debora's Pen

Enjoy the full cartoon in the June 2014 issue of Thema


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6 panels, 1 cartoon
US publication


Words from the Wise

"I enjoyed your cartoon series"
Brian Scott
Freelance Writing

"These are cute, I like them."
Lee H. Wilson
Art Editor
Feathertale Review

"Charming! I obviously like the cartoon, tailored-made to fit the theme, even including the date of the emails to coincide with the publication of the journal."
Virginia Howard

"This is cool"
Linda Formichelli
The Renegade Writer

"That was a good comic you sent me. I liked the line drawings, and I thought it was clever."
Bill Kenower
Author Magazine

"These are definitely cute"
Moira Allen
Writing World

"These are very well constructed and interesting"
Leon Ogroske
Writers' Journal

"These are adorable!"
Nicole Cliffe
The Toast

15 June 2014

Confessions of a stamp murderer

30th May 1931.

An unremarkable date. The British Raj is still lording over the Indian populace even as revolts are cropping up like angry acne in pockets all over the country.

It is an unremarkable day in a small village in the remotest interiors of Cawnpore, the industrial capital city of the United Provinces in north India. On the main road pull-rickshaws ply to and fro, shrilly trilling cycles overbalance into pedestrians and bullock-carts sway along slowly. The cow scrunching on the footpath is placidly chewing the end of the lungi of an irate passer-by who is red in the face from trying to...

Read the full article in the Summer 2014 issue of Ducts
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1625 words
US publication

1 June 2014

Is your child a bully?

We’d all like our children to be leaders, to think they are leader-material. The race for leadership crops up in all walks of academic life, from class president to magazine editorial board. There are many qualities that make a leader and many more that make a great leader.

At the same time, none of us wants our child to be a bully. Yet academic life is the most common setting for bullying. Just as there is a thin line of distinction between confidence and arrogance, humility and subservience, genius and madness; there is just a thin line separating leadership from bullying. ‘Kids don’t suddenly...

Read the full article in the June 2014 issue of
Signs Of The Times


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1680 words
Non fiction
Australia publication


Words from the Wise

"I loved your article and would love to have it featured in (an) upcoming issue."
Susan Koppel
Today's Child Magazine

"It has some good things to say"
Sherri Langton
Associate Editor
Bible Advocate / Now What?

"It is good"
Kristyn Komarnicki
Prism Magazine

"Really like it and will definitely include it"
James Cole
Group Editor
Family And Parenting

"The article looks good"
Melody Tan
Associate Editor
Signs Of The Times

"I would love to use this story in our (future) issue."
Brittany Morgan
Hudson Valley Parent

"The subject matter is great"
Christina Elston
Los Angeles Parent