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

Killing for Stuff

No Lie

In the Kingdom of Double Crosses

Beyond Our Sight

Make Sex Not War

Free to Leave

Nurture and Nature

Kingdom Come Concepts

Guess Who Isn’t Coming to Dinner?

Get Your Narcissism On

Democracy How!?

To Bee or Not to Bee

Breaking Loose

The Wisdom of Hushpuppy

Words of Love

Sleepless in America

The Weight of Shadows

Map Questing My Life

Home Aloneness

Life After Death in Istanbul


Life After Death

The Politics of Dumpster Diving

Dream Encounters

Welcome to the Slaughterhouse

The Kind of Person She Was

Jimmy Carter’s Penance?

Feeling the Rain

I’d Like to Thank the Academy

Diving Into Life

Acceptance, Maybe

It Wouldn’t Kill Me to Die

Being There

No Freedoms to Hate Us For Anymore

Life as a Widow

Protect the Sanctity of Marriage, Ban Divorce!

Michael Lewis Advises Occupy

The Cuban Five

Going Vegan

The Not-So-Secret Servicing (Alleged)

Holding Tightly

Freedom Reoccupied

The Beasts We Have Built

Big Greed

Disposable Planet

Manning on My Mind

The Arraignment of Bradley Manning

Creating Equality

Still Waters Run Deep