Social Commentary

Younger Jane Little Botkin wearing a gown in a pageant (black and white)

Me too, Jane, too?

By Jane Little Botkin / September 28, 2018 /

On a flight to Las Vegas, Nevada, my destination before heading to Bullhead, Arizona, and an interview with Jane Street’s grandson. I have waited all year for this opportunity. The trip is certainly refreshing after watching the drama this week regarding the Judge Brett Kavanaugh hearings. I wept during testimonies—for both individuals. I, like most…

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The Best Part of a Story Is When It Changes

By Jane Little Botkin / August 20, 2018 /

My mom died. It is a strange feeling being an orphan at my age. I am uncomfortable with the void I feel. I talked to her every day for the last twenty-three years. She had been diagnosed with lung cancer in January. Four months later, gone. One of my best fans, gone. Of course, I…

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