If ever you visit me, do so in August, so I can offer you the most delicious heirloom tomatoes ever.
I hide out in the country in eastern Ohio, USA, tending to my gardens and homeschooling my children.
My actual job description involves lecturing in English literature (and occasionally philosophy), with a particular interest in aesthetics, gender, and women writers, but my self-appointed mission is Arguing Politics on the Internet. I am the editor of the arts journal Convivium, and I blog regularly at Patheos on topics of religion, culture, and politics. I also write poems and stories, or wrestle recalcitrant ponies, when I get a free half-hour here and there. If ever you visit me, do so in August, so I can offer you the most delicious heirloom tomatoes ever.