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Ramona Grigg

Drummond Island, Michigan, United States

I live in Michigan's north woods, where I have plenty of time to consider the world
and where I fit into it.

During my Prime Time I wrote two columns, wrote short stories, did freelance feature
writing for both newspapers and magazines, taught creative writing, and served on
the board of Detroit Women Writers (now Detroit Working Writers) for many years. I
received a grant from the State of Michigan for a novel I still dream about finishing.

I'm a blogger now, the owner of two blogs, one political and liberal-leaning, and the
other more general, about writing, about observing, about anything that strikes me as
beyond the ordinary.



Interests: Writing, politics, labor relations, books, photography, nature, children, equality, compassion, the world

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes


Published works:


  • Calling All Dems - Time for an Intervention
  • The Amazing Endurance of Remarkable Words
  • Ramona\'s Voices
  • We are the Ordinary People of our Time
  • Labor's Cries are Getting Weaker. Who is Going to Dig Them Out?
  • The SCOTUS Five: Just Asses
  • Take Me to Our Leader
  • A Year of Obama: The Hope Still Lives
  • Robertson, Limbaugh and Why They Matter
  • Cal Thomas, Humanitarian: An Oxymoron if Ever There Was One
  • Happy Birthday, Helen Thomas. Oh, and You, Too, MR. Prez
  • Too Many to list: Follow me on Ramona's Voices
  • My Words on Bill Moyers' Lips - I'm Speechless
  • Bill Moyers Shines Light on the Health Insurance Mess - A Journalistic Best
  • Cronkite, McCourt and Ivins - Stilled Voices Still Going Strong
  • There's Chutzpah and Then There's AIG
  • Is There Nothing Sacred in this Country?
  • Two Little Boys Sittin' in the Mud
  • A Long, Long Season of Shame
  • Our Money? Since When?
  • Harsh Realities in a Country Gone Mad with Greed