Missy Comley Beattie

Missy Beattie has written for National Public Radio and Nashville Life Magazine. She was an instructor of memoirs writing at Johns Hopkins’ Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in BaltimoreEmail: missybeat@gmail.com

Unsafe At Any Exposure


State of Matter

Just Die

The Biggest Loser

Shit Bowl Country

“There Is No Hope, But I May Be Wrong”

Is. This. It?

Please, Jill Biden, Please

You’re a Lying, Dog-Faced Pony Soldier

If You See Something, Say Something

Never Forget

Highest Anxiety

My Abortion

Putting Values Into Action

On Our Knees

Derangement Syndrome

Shut the Fuck Up, Missy

Words Get in the Way

American Horror Story

Ten Years

Very Little or No Hope

Say “I Love You”

Remembering Barbara Bush

The Age of Absurdities and Atrocities

Message To New Activists

The Violently Familiar

Election 2020 Foresight

Challenging the Plutarchy

It’s Capitalism

Big Dick Diplomacy

Paging Dr. Vogel

Bitch, Get Out!!

When We’re Done

Why I Wish Hillary Clinton Had Won

Give Me An Ending

This Man

He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands

Moralizing Vultures: Swooping to Pick at Anguish

Glioblastoma As Metaphor

The Mother Of All Fireworks

The Poor Need Not Apply

Meet the Parkers


History’s Actors

F the USA

Night Is Day and Day Is Night

Captive Audience

Wading Through Peanut Butter

No More Asking Where Were You