Today my first post for Bicycling Magazine went up, titled “An Invitation to the Party,” in which I remind us all to make biking feel fun and special, like the party everyone wishes they were at, rather than the wholesome and serious duty participation the bike movement or even just a bike ride can at [...]
The whys and hows of bicycling Seattle’s hills in the snow with two young kids in tow.
Everyday Bicycling may be barely out the gate, but I’ve already been hard at work for some time on the next book. The writing process has not been pretty (albeit it’s been easier the second time around). But the cover is freaking gorgeous. I can’t stop looking at it. I swear it makes the words [...]
This is the third post of three outtakes from Volume 8 of the quarterly Taking the Lane series, Childhood. (Read the first one here and the second one here). This story is by Brigette Brown. Sweat drips down my forehead, tears of exasperation well up in my eyes. I struggle under the hot afternoon sun. [...]
This is the second post of three outtakes from Volume 8 of the quarterly Taking the Lane series, Childhood. (Read the first one here and the third here). This story is by Lisa Hassan Scott. When I was in the depths of postnatal depression I can remember thinking that I had no positive memories of [...]