Dear Seagoat #13: When Pluto Rides Inta Town…

Dear Seagoat is now being co-hosted by The Tusk. Head over to check the column out in its new digs, plus read great other things about pop culture, leaving San Francisco, and PJ Harvey. Dear Seagoat, My partner and I are struggling with a decision whether or not to have a second child. We currently haveContinue reading “Dear Seagoat #13: When Pluto Rides Inta Town…”

Dear Seagoat #12: (Why) A Gemini Is A Gemini Is A Gemini…(or When Your Sun Sign Doesn’t Seem To Fit)

Dear Seagoat is now being co-hosted by The Tusk. Head over to check the column out in its new digs, plus read great other things about pop culture, leaving San Francisco, and PJ Harvey. Dear Seagoat, I am confused because I do not seem like what I read about Gemini. I am introverted, live in theContinue reading “Dear Seagoat #12: (Why) A Gemini Is A Gemini Is A Gemini…(or When Your Sun Sign Doesn’t Seem To Fit)”

Dear Seagoat #11: The Case of the Tongue-Tied Crush-er

Dear Seagoat is now being co-hosted by The Tusk. Head over to check the column out in its new digs, plus read great other things about pop culture, leaving San Francisco, and PJ Harvey. Dear Seagoat, When I have crushes on people that I’m friends with or starting to be friends with, how to tell them,Continue reading “Dear Seagoat #11: The Case of the Tongue-Tied Crush-er”

Dear Seagoat #10: Don’t Be a Poet, Be a Balls-To-The-Wall Poet!

Dear Seagoat is now being co-hosted by The Tusk. Head over to check the column out in its new digs, plus read great other things about pop culture, leaving San Francisco, and PJ Harvey as literary fodder. Dear Seagoat, I want to be a poet. I want to teach community college and maybe workshops while livingContinue reading “Dear Seagoat #10: Don’t Be a Poet, Be a Balls-To-The-Wall Poet!”

Dear Seagoat #9: Must a Retired Helper Fish Help More?

Dear Seagoat is now being co-hosted by The Tusk. Head over to check the column out in its new digs, plus read great other things about pop culture, leaving San Francisco, and PJ Harvey as literary fodder. Also Dear Seagoat is out of questions! Send yours and keep the column going!   Dear Seagoat, I haveContinue reading “Dear Seagoat #9: Must a Retired Helper Fish Help More?”

Dear Seagoat #8: How To Climb A Mountain In Good Company

Dear Seagoat is now being co-hosted by The Tusk. Head over to check the column out in its new digs, plus read great other things about pop culture, leaving San Francisco, and PJ Harvey as literary fodder.   Dear Seagoat, Every year, I face a quandary that exemplifies the biggest ongoing issue in my long termContinue reading “Dear Seagoat #8: How To Climb A Mountain In Good Company”

Dear Seagoat #7: Problem Dads, Fix-It Moms

Dear Seagoat is now being co-hosted by The-Tusk.com. Head over to check the column out in its new digs, plus read great other things about pop culture, leaving San Francisco, and PJ Harvey as literary fodder. Dear Seagoat, My 10 1/2 year old daughter is just about to start middle school. I have been a singleContinue reading “Dear Seagoat #7: Problem Dads, Fix-It Moms”

Dear Seagoat #6: Ship Seeks Dinghy for Good Times, Big $$$

  Readers! Dear Seagoat is running low on questions! Have a relationship, career, creativity, sexuality or emotional issue burning a hole in your pocket? Ask now and let the planets patch that shiznit up!   Dear Seagoat, I’m one tough lady with too many opportunities. I’ve had my own business for 25 years, but when theContinue reading “Dear Seagoat #6: Ship Seeks Dinghy for Good Times, Big $$$”

Dear Seagoat #5: East Coast Fish, West Coast Waters

Dear Seagoat, I’m coming up on my one-year anniversary in California after leaving tighter-knit communities on the East Coast and overseas to start grad school. The past year has been a complete disaster for me personally – I’ve never lived anywhere this long and had no friends, no dating life and zero understanding of theContinue reading “Dear Seagoat #5: East Coast Fish, West Coast Waters”

Dear Seagoat #4: Crying in the Bathroom (A Rite of Passage)

Dear Seagoat, I am a queer writer living in a not-queer-friendly home, which is home nonetheless. I just graduated from college, so I’m at this weird turning point in my life where I can’t seem to make any decisions. (Why those are connected I have no idea.) Here are the situations that are strangling meContinue reading “Dear Seagoat #4: Crying in the Bathroom (A Rite of Passage)”

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