A New Hope

Editor’s note: Shinbone Star staffers have been working so hard that we felt we needed a doctor. So we added one! Not only can she bandage our wounds, but she can write a bit, too! Yes, I stole that title from Star Wars, but that’s what I need right now, a new hope and Star Wars. I don’t have to […]


Check out my first foray into hard hitting journalism.

Well, they are the journalists, I am the wannabe.

It really is an honor to be a part of the Shinbone Star!  When I read Glenn’s first post about a retired editor and journalists getting back to work, fighting against the attacks on good truthful journalism, I was ecstatic!  What a great idea!  They have nothing to lose!  They can use their collective skills unencumbered by newspaper sales and expectation of unbiased reporting to really dig in and find the truth in a post-truth world.

Consider following the Shinbone Star, you won’t be disappointed!

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7 Responses to A New Hope

  1. 2ndhalfolife says:

    Congrats. Great job. You are such an amazing writer. xo

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  2. Deb says:

    Always good to have a follow-up career, just in case this doctor thing doesn’t work out for you 😉

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  3. Glenn Redus says:

    Many thanks to the good doctor for giving us an assist at The Shinbone Star. When she’s not writing, she bandages our cuts and sets our broken bones, so she’s truly a full-service physician. And I’ll say this, too, her copy is a lot cleaner than that from a good many “real” journalists that I’ve edited over the years. Good job, doc! You’ll always have a home at The Shinbone Star!

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