I’m the author of the novel Who by Fire, the memoir (Re)Making Love: a sex after sixty story and The Woman Who Never Cooked, which won Mid-List Press’s First Series Award. I graduated from high school and went to college when I was barely sixteen. I always think I am the youngest person in the room—am trying to get over that—or maybe not because I have so much to learn.
You can read more about the so-called literal biography, where I went to school and jobs I’ve held, at http://maryltabor.com but one thing’s for sure: I believe love is the answer. Now, what was the question? In this column, I’ll try to figure that out with you.
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How even a bad poem can make Mother's Day a day to remember.
Published 10:16 a.m. March 26, 2013
A father recalled in loving memory for the Passover holiday of renewal.
Published 6:00 a.m. February 13, 2013
With apologies to Hallmark, let's rethink the Valentine Day card.
Published 2:50 p.m. December 31, 2012
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Published 8:34 p.m. December 11, 2012
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Published 3:00 p.m. September 16, 2012
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Published 6:53 p.m. August 21, 2012
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Published 9:35 a.m. June 21, 2012
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Published 11:00 a.m. June 8, 2012
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Published 12:18 a.m. April 6, 2012
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Published 11:27 a.m. February 11, 2012
With apologies to Hallmark, let's rethink our approach to Valentine's Day.
Published 11:20 p.m. January 15, 2012
Dr. Martin Luther King's journey for civil rights inspires artist Gediyon Kifle's work, helping him triumph over tragedy after being exiled from Ethiopia as a child.
Published 4:23 p.m. December 14, 2011
Ten best list on poets and writers who write about love.
Published 12:49 p.m. December 4, 2011
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Published 6:36 p.m. November 25, 2011
Celebrate the Thanksgiving table with the wedding that brought you to it.