Tag Archives: Terri Moss

The sweetest victory of all

How many of us thought we’d never see the day? How many of us knew talented female boxers who were not getting any recognition? How many women walked away from boxing because there were no opportunities, no opponents, no championship … Continue reading

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Stranger than fiction

My feet have hardly touched the ground here in the United States and already I have tales to tell. That’s why this country is the most glorious hunting ground for writers of non-fiction. Although I have written short stories and … Continue reading

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Through the looking glass

“But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked. “Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: “we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.” “How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice. “You must be,” said the … Continue reading

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Terri Moss the reality show

It’s been nearly seven full days in the crazy round-the-clock company of Terri ‘The Boss’ Moss and I can’t say it’s been in any way boring. In fact I feel a little as if I am in a ongoing sit-com/reality/documentary/stand-up … Continue reading

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Sweetest Thing book event in Atlanta

I’m getting ready for my Charis Books appearance on Wednesday night in Atlanta, Georgia when I will read from my book The Sweetest Thing. Charis is a well-known and clearly well-loved Atlanta bookshop that specializes in feminist books and has … Continue reading

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It’s Boss time

Here I am in sunny Atlanta, Georgia, once again, doing a double act with my favorite boxing chick, Terri ‘The Boss’ Moss. I keep telling Terri that without her, The Sweetest Thing would literally have been half the book it … Continue reading

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Powering up at Gleason’s

After four days on the ground in New York City I finally feel like I’ve actually landed. Body, brain and circadian rhythms are finally calibrated. And all it took was a few blows to the head. It’s less than a … Continue reading

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