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A Hiatus for the TSP Sisters

by margaret on October 28, 2011

WHOOSH! That’s what the last few months have felt like (sound familiar?). After three years of active collaboration on The Sister Project blog network, we founding sisters are each deep into individual projects for a bit–from new books to MFAs and who knows what else. We invite you to root around in the extensive archives meantime…and thank you for all your participation so far. (You can find also Margaret here, Marion here, and Sheilaa’s tarot-scopes here.)

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Sheilaa Hite’s August 2011 Horoscopes

by Anastasia on August 1, 2011

By Sheilaa Hite
It’s that time again—Mercury retrograde! From August 2 to August 27, Mercury, will be retrograde. Since Mercury rules communication, transportation and contracts, when it’s retrograde, all manner of mistakes and misunderstandings can occur. If you can, hold off on buying (or leasing) any big ticket items. It’s also a good idea to triple check any and all plans you make. This is an excellent time for introspection and research, as those things that are usually hidden from view, show themselves more easily during a Mercury Retrograde period. Wait until Mercury goes direct before making any big decisions. [click to continue…]

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For Little Sisters Everywhere…

by paige on July 22, 2011

by Paige Smith Orloff

Tricia and Megan of 'Stop Being A Loser'

AN ONLY CHILD, I can’t say I pine for siblings, but sure, I’ve wished for big-sisterly guidance. Boys? Men? Jobs? Kids? The wisdom of someone who’s been there, done that, is invaluable. That’s why sister-friends Megan and Tricia started Stop Being A Loser. Mean? Nope. Far from it.

 

Sisterly Reads: The Twisted Thread

by paige on July 13, 2011

by Paige Smith Orloff
MY LATEST SUMMER book find is a winner: a chilling murder mystery with a secret sisterhood of privileged teens at its center. My own path to finding this gem of a thriller was pretty twisted, too. Follow along[click to continue…]

TSP’s Favorite Birthday Boy

by Anastasia on July 6, 2011

WELL, IT’S HAPPENED. Anastasia’s says her big brother is officially old. Today’s his birthday and you’re invited to the celebration. Join in.

Back on the Bra Rant

by Anastasia on July 6, 2011

By Marion Roach Smith
FOR ALL TOO LONG I did not know that Saudi women had to buy their bras from men. And while those days are now nearly in the past, don’t for a second be fooled into thinking that this change came easily. Protests, boycotts, an online campaign, and finally, intervention from the king decreed that women in Saudi Arabia no longer have to talk cup size solely to men. Well, better late than never, I guess. Read on.

Sheilaa Hite’s July 2011 Horoscope

by Anastasia on July 1, 2011

By Sheilaa Hite
THE UNUSUAL AND INTENSE activities of the New Moons, Full Moons and Lunar and Solar eclipses during the last four weeks have created quite an upheaval in all of our lives. The endings and beginnings that they’ve ushered in have left us standing on new ground and surveying it all from a different set of perspectives. During this fertile Summer season, if you plant the seeds of your dreams, you’ll reap a bountiful harvest this Fall. [click to continue…]

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Holiday Cooking with the Ladies

by paige on June 30, 2011

by Paige Smith Orloff
The Ladies Auxiliary, that is. Our favorite sources for vintage recipes have tons to share when it comes to an all-American side dish perfect for the Fourth. Are you planning your cookouts? Get some inspiration from sisterhoods of the past, right here.

Beach Reading Redux

by paige on June 21, 2011

by Paige Smith Orloff
MY SUMMER IS underway, and I’m reporting in on my first beach read of the season. Dani Shapiro is probably well-known to most regular TSP readers for her latest book, Devotion, a memoir. But thanks to a dear friend (who happens to be a guy – who says you have to be female to be sisterly?) I discovered her earlier novel, Black and White. Do you need a book to tote along? Read on.

Two Feet + One Mouth = Naipaul

by Anastasia on June 21, 2011

By Marion Roach Smith
SOMETIMES THE NEWS is simply too stupid to be ignored. Don’t agree? Did you read what the writer V.S. Naipual said recently about women writers? No? You should. Read on.

Marion’s New Book: The Memoir Project

by Anastasia on June 21, 2011

By Marion Roach Smith
THE MEMOIR PROJECT is the name of my new book. Accompanied by the subtitle, A Thoroughly Non-Standardized Text for Writing & Life, the book’s title reflects it contents – a little irreverent, while being very how-to about writing what you know. When it was time to give a title to the book, those words seemed to sum it up best. Read on.

The Lowdown on Makeup

by Anastasia on June 9, 2011

By Anastasia Smith

MAYBE IT’S A REACTION TO (nay, coping mechanism for?) all the signs of adulthood springing up around me. But the truth is, I’ve been completely enamored with the frivolous aspects of womanhood lately. And yes, I’m talking makeup here. Beautiful, glossy, expensive, marketed-like-colorful-candy makeup. I want feminism and feathery eyelashes, too. Is that too much to ask? Really? Keep reading…

Catching up with Sloane Tanen

by Anastasia on June 9, 2011

By Marion Roach Smith
YOUNG ADULT FICTION. When a much-revered artist friend of TSP revealed that as her publication goal for 2011, we cheered, especially since that artist is the incomparable Sloane Tanen (seen above), whose work we simply adore. With that unique wit of hers, this could only go well. And it has. Keep reading…

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