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Teresa Sundmark

Teresa Sundmark has resided in Homer, Alaska for the past twenty-two years. She is a recent MFA graduate from the University of Alaska Anchorage low residency program. When she's not working at her day job, she blogs for loftyminded.com, works on one of her many writing projects or plays old time fiddle. She shares space with her husband Dean and two dogs.

Donald Trump and the Threat of a Pop Culture President

Bullying, greed, egoism, and anger are fueling an uncomfortable chunk of the American populace. Somehow, some believe this will make America great again.

Censorship at Tanana Valley State Fair Should Be a Wake Up...

A recent controversy at the Tanana Valley State Fair has renewed criticism of censorship. Instead of sitting down, maybe It's time we turned up the volume.

Why the Panama Papers Matter

The Panama Papers have given us a glimpse into a financial world that most of us don’t have time to worry about as we’re trying to make ends meet.

The Alaska Democratic Caucus, as Experienced by One Homer Resident

My husband, my 23 year old son, and I left the house this morning and drove thirteen miles into town to participate in the Alaska Democratic Caucus.

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