Women Writing Cool Stuff

I just sent out my first Tinyletter of 2018.  It features women who are writing cool things. Happy New Year! I hope you had a […]

Twitter Thread on Black Women Comedians

About two weeks ago, I created a Twitter thread about Black women comedians. I will continue to add the Twitter handles of comedians to keep […]

Molly Crabapple’s Rules For Creative Success In The Internet Age

Now that the new tax bill has been passed, creatives have to really look at how they can survive financially, because itemizing deductions is basically […]

First Thoughts On The New Tax Bill

If you have a job where you get a W-2, and you don’t itemize then you are good. The new standard deduction for a single […]

Nichellest Interview: Pauline Millard

This interview of Pauline Millard was originally posted on Gothamist in January of 2005. The Basics. Astrological Sign. I was born on June 21st, which […]

Nichellest Interview: Beth Schoenfeldt, Entrepreneur

I met Beth Schoenfeldt when I took goddess classes at Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts back in 2001.  She’s an entrepreneur and a mom.  […]

My Old Gothamist Interview: Carolyn Castiglia

Back in 2004, I used to do Gothamist Interviews.  Gothamist is shutting down, so I am posting my old interviews here. I interviewed my friend, […]

For The Culture: #forthedchallenge and more

desiree, janelle and kamau

It’s almost October, and I feel lucky to still be here.  Natural and man-made disasters have got me down.  However, there’s always someone creating dope […]

Hurricane Harvey: How You Can Help

Support Black Women in HOU

    “Houston, we have a problem.”  – It’s a quote that is overused, but it is relevant with Hurricane Harvey hitting Houston right now. […]

Poem About Being Single in 2017

I don’t get free drinks anymore because of smartphones. I used to be able to sidle up to a bar and flash my smile. Then I […]