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

The Bankster Merry-Go-Round

Friend or Foe?

The Greedy and the Needy

So Many Messages

My Colonoscopy Saga

The Big Universe

Ginni and Clarence

Owning the Shares of Shame

Nearly Helpless

Invasion of the Blood-Sucking Bedbugs

Politicians and the Prosperity Gospel

Anything Can Happen

American Graffiti

Toward Justice

The Terrorists Have Won

The Terrorists Have Won

A Kind of Barbarism

Needing You

The Politics of Exploitation

Devil’s Food Cake

The Mother of All Gushers

Marketing Peace and War

Something Quite Atrocious

Where the Hell is the Peace Movement?

The Karaoke Played On

No Shelter From the Storm

Sanity Maintenance Detour

Suffocating the Planet

The Air is Humming

Dancing with the Scarred

Political Misspeak

Dome or Junk Them

Catastrophically Ashamed

Deadly Intersections

War is Failure

Fatal Math

Mourning Has Broken

Enough, MKA

Peace on Earth

Stop Killing Civilians

Crunch Time

Wake Up

The Indefatigable Cindy Sheehan

Cheney’s Baby

How Blackwater Built Morale

Recall Notices

Could a Woman Who Posed Nude Get Elected?

War Dealer

Shall We Gather at the CIA?

Backward, Into Fear