“We’re going to be
checking Craigslist very closely,” said Senate Minority Leader Chris Larson
(D-Milwaukee) of the Republican-backed plan to allow Gov. Scott Walker to sell
or lease state properties without a public bidding process.
With her extraordinary 2001 memoir A Girl Named Zippy: Growing Up Small in Mooreland, Indiana, a loving and funny account of a childhood in a small town of only 300, Haven Kimmel made a name for herself. Although she cut a similar, follow-up memoir in 2005, she’s since moved on to fiction, albeit fiction written . . .