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

Wake the Grandma Fletcher Up

Devastation and the Dead

Seduction

Cheney Unplugged

Bully Blowback

Pieces of My Mind

In Search For Something More

The Blaring Inhumanity of Racialism in America

Peace is Not Profitable

Peace Be With You

Empire, Hypocrisy and Deflection

Imagining Syria

Object Permanence

Looking, Seeing

Power, Horniness and Bloodlust

What’s Left to Tell?

Beacon of Shame

My Weekend With Bernie (Goetz)

Getting Along

We Can’t Get Along

The Liar Negates His Own Existence

Neighborhood Watch, With a Twist

Love Notes From a Charlatan

The Needs of Others

American Narcissism

Swimming in the Jury Pool

Settling Scores in the Theater of Endless Wars

"Hello, Missy, Fuck You"

“Hello, Missy, Fuck You”

Wreckage

Sex, Lies, and Collateral Damage

Sow Chaos, Reap Chaos

Confronting the Empire

War Zones

Something Particular and Real

Powerless in Baltimore

One Issue Only

Once I Was Decisive, Maybe

Reach Out and Touch Someone

The Bradley Manning Survey

You Never Know

Wanted: a New Plan

Dream of the Drones

I’m Seeing Dead Children

Nortel Network’s Obit

With These Arms …

Feeling Like a Big Shot

What Will This Become?

Done in Our Name

All the Little Children of the World