What it feels like to re-emerge, from depression or pandemic or both.
Jane Roper
It has something to do with late-stage capitalism, wormholes, and possibly you, if you've been to my house. Help. 
Jane Roper
Can we get back to good old non-video conference calls? Please?
Jane Roper
My (illustrated) thriller about the 1980s kidnapping epidemic. And sharks.
Jane Roper
People keep talking about things being sort of normal this summer—and it's hurting my brain.
Jane Roper
Misadventures from my first and last job in retail, featuring Colonial Candles, Crane's Paper and WASPs galore (in addition to me).
Jane Roper
Beloved shoes, tops, boots, dresses....I miss you. Wait for me?
Jane Roper
Dry January during our nation's darkest hour? Turns out it can be done. Here's why I'm doing it, and how it's going so far.
Jane Roper
Sorry to be a downer. I want 2020 to be over as much as the next person. But I'm just not feeling celebratory. (Are you?)
Jane Roper
One upside of the pandemic? All the skills we've acquired: Smizing, Zooming without nudity, and more. 
Jane Roper
I love you holiday cards, but I do not like you, or the way you make me feel. Can we take a little break this year? 
Jane Roper
Perimenopause, parenting, marriage, writing and failure. (Among other things.)
Jane Roper