Retired professor of theatre living in Portland, Oregon.

Two books, both oral history, I've made happen: Singing Away the Hunger, and Basali! Women in Lesotho (now out of print). 

Also Love and Thunder!, an anthology of plays by women in the QueenAnne era, now out of print.

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Retired professor of theatre living in Portland, Oregon.

Two books, both oral history, I've made happen: Singing Away the Hunger, and Basali! Women in Lesotho (now out of print). 

Also Love and Thunder!, an anthology of plays by women in the QueenAnne era, now out of print.

Imagine how different our government would be if we attempted to end poverty and suffering because we understood it to be inherently unjust and immoral in a society of abundance, not because we were afraid that the sight of poverty offended the affluent and politically connected.--@ambrown, on Twitter November 1, 2021.

Thanks to Sue St. Michael for the portrait of me.

Email: kendallishere at gmail dot com