Jun 23 2014

Home is Where The Redirect Link Leads

Hello, wonderful commenters, readers, and other-people-peering-at-this.

I’m writing with bittersweet news: G&H is moving, this time to a standalone location. I have adored being here. I have gotten to write next to some of my favorite people in the world, and it has been and important and warm and loving community. There aren’t grand reasons I’m moving–it’s just that as time has passed, I’ve been writing to an increasingly different audience, and having my own space seems an inevitable, but sad part of that.

So. With that, I’ll see you over here.


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    I’m sorry to see you go, but you can be sure I’ll still be reading your stuff on your new blog!

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    Pierce R. Butler

    Happy trails!

  3. 3

    [ adjust book marks ]

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    I’m glad you were able to blog here while you could – I might never have found you other wise! You can be sure I’ll be bookmarking your new site.

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    StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return!

    Kaveh Mousavi has something to say about this which I think deserves a link here :


    I think he put that well.

    Best wishes and have fun in your new e-home, Kate Donovan.

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    I need a new browser meta. My bookmarks bar is already full. I guess I need to add a dedicated bookmarks folder and open all at once. That sounds so beginning of century to me.

    OK, I get it that FTB isn’t going to hold all the blogging gold I need, but people leaving always makes me sad.


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    F [i'm not here, i'm gone]


    We’ll miss you here, but you’re just a click away. : )

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