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   very occasional musings and odd, infomaniac ramblings 
  from someone with far too little time on her hands

Alas, it's been a long time since this little site was updated. That kinda goes without saying, unfortunately. I've been a busy li'l heathengirl, which means this site has continued to suffer from neglect. I did post a new essay last year, though, so I can't feel too sorry for myself in that regard. Hopefully I'll actually get around to doing all of the writing and updating I'd planned earlier, but I suspect the new additions will be few and far between. *sigh*

I have little that's new in the way of content, so here's the old stuff:

  • The one and (so far) only Heathengirl Travelogue: Heathengirl Goes to a Tattoo Convention, about my trip to the 13th annual Mad Hatter's Tea Party in Portland, Maine, and the associated bit about my own very modest amount of body art.

  • It's always Beltane here at Heathengirl Central! (or May Day, if you prefer...) Some day it'll be Samhain too.

  • Home Sweet Home and Cat Sweet Cat.

  • My Tarot on the Net article from the late, lamented Northern Grove 'zine.

  • Everyone loves those Links! And I've got a million of 'em!

Okay, that's not entirely true... I'm finally starting to post my biggest and most impressive travelogue so far (which, I'll admit, isn't saying too much since it's only the second one I've managed to post ever, but humor me here...): Heathengirl Goes to Japan! It's gonna take some time for me to complete this one, so expect a work-in-progress for the foreseeable future.

And this just in, a short account of my efforts to finally find out what's up with that famous Emma Goldman quote about dancing and revolution. Check it out at Heathengirl investigates...

There's a lot of stuff I'd love to put up here in my copious free time, but I don't have any (free time, that is). Like more Travelogues, articles I've written for the Horns and Crescent and additional material I wish the H&C had room to print, various rants and ramblings, and info on all the stuff that fascinates and amuses me. Hey, everyone needs a few goals, and keeping my Web site fresh is one of mine.

By the way, it looks like Pagan Forest, the free service that was hosting my e-mail address for this site, disappeared while I was distracted by shiny objects or something. So I finally got around to signing up for a second address. It's best nightmare 99 [at] hotmail.com. Replace the [at] with the appropriate symbol and remove all the spaces, and it should work. Hooray!


Pam Williams
Resident Heathengirl

In the CD player: World Entertainment War. I'm doing my best to fulfill Demand #5...

On the bookshelf: What Uncle Sam Really Wants by Noam Chomsky, The Stone Canal by Ken MacLeod, and Iron Man issues 201-232.

Latest Web-finds: Jeremy - Okay, not a recent find, but I like it. It's a cute online comic about a little Frankenstein boy—Heart of gold, body of criminal corpse parts; Students for an Orwellian Society - Really good political parody site... or is it?; The Icelandic Phallological Museum - Who knew Iceland had a museum devoted entirely to the study of penises?


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Last updated: 5/7/2002. Happy Beltane! Happy May Day!