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

Never Having to Say You’re Sorry

Life and Death at Exit 34

Dream Big

Nobody for President


Crossing the Divide

It’s All We’ve Got

Global Dignity

Call It a Revolution

Happening Here


The Moral Movement

Wish You Were Here

Why I Will Not Be There

Wall Street as Gated Community

Rules of Engaging


Empire and Oil

A New Pledge of Allegiance

Dances With Vultures

The Toll of Our Revenge

In the Ground


The War on Childhood

The Paradox of Progress

Children of War

Doing the Aftermath

The Mother of Intervention

Dying for Love

Melting Down and Through

Our Burning World

Going to Extremes

Examining My Head

Justice Has No Meaning

Keeper of the Urn

Joy and Sorrow

When You’re Making Other Plans

Premeditated Murder

Seismology, Nukes and Bracketology

Just Say No to Hopelessness



Rubbled Raw

Cut the Cards

Doing It Big

Into the Future

The Chemistry of Empire

Resolved: Act Like Bradley Manning

A Better Time? When?

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