About

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[photo by Arianna Rich]

P. J. Lazos is the author of the novel Oil and Water, about oil spills and green technology, and of Six Sisters, a collection of novellas; a blogger for the Global Water Alliance (GWA) in Philadelphia; on the Board of Advisors for the wH2O Journal, the Journal of Gender and Water (U of Penn); a member of the Jr. League of Lancaster; a former correspondent for her local newspaper (Lancaster Intelligencer Journal now LNP); a literary magazine contributor (Rapportage); an editor; a ghostwriter; an author of a children’s book (Into the Land of the Loud); an environmental lawyer; and, because it’s cool, a beekeeper’s apprentice. She practices laughter daily.

About the copyright:  How can we call words our own when everyone uses words?  Ah, but it’s the assemblage of the words that makes for fun, and the inevitable claim to copyright.  Consider this site, and all the words on it, property of  me, the author, and hence, copyrighted.  When using someone else’s words, I’ll let you know. If you like my words, do share, but please give me credit for creating them. For that, I thank you in advance.

About the photos:  The photos without captions are my very own.  The photos with captions give credit where credit is due.  I usually tap my kids or my friends for their coolest pics.  I like to keep it close to home.

 

 

 

30 Responses to About

  1. da-AL says:

    pjlazos, I’m a bit confused here – want to like (wishing there was a love button instead in your case) & comment on every post here yet am having trouble where some end & can’t find buttons…

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  2. thatssojacob says:

    Hey there PJ! I found your blog today, and I’m nominating you for That’s So Jacob’s March Blog Madness! It’s simple: find five interesting blogs today, copy and paste this comment to theirs, and give them a follow! Have a great day and if you’re so inclined, kindly come visit me over at http://www.thatssojacob.wordpress.com. Have fun spreading the blog love this month!

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    • pjlazos says:

      Haha! Why has no one thought of a March Blog Madness theme before! Will spread the love. Thanks! :0)

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      • thatssojacob says:

        Thanks so much! ❤

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      • thatssojacob says:

        And BTW, what did you think of my latest post?

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      • pjlazos says:

        I thought it was freakin’ awesome! Actually, I’ve made a mental note to spend a bit of time on your blog. I love the “flip the script” concept and you have a canny take on the world in general so I need to shop around a bit. I’ve got two talks to deliver next week that I’ve not spent enough time on and I only really have tomorrow to prep since Monday is back to work so I’ve got to stop procrastinating by reading everyone else’s stuff and get to work. (Also will do the blogfest thing immediately after I finish talk prep. :0)

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      • thatssojacob says:

        Wow, I think you’re the only person other than me who likes reading Flip the Script posts!!! A lot of them are unfinished/need work (on my to-do list), but the one on Purgatory managed to emerge nicely. Other FTS posts which I’m particularly proud of are: Which Way Big Man, Take Me Out, and Una tal Raquel.

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      • pjlazos says:

        I will read more. I’ve written a few (unpublished) scripts so the medium of actual script writing interests me. It’s all about choices more so than in a novel where you can go off for paragraphs about a “something.” In screenwriting, every line counts because every minute costs money in production.

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  3. Aquileana says:

    Congrats on your writing and books!. I am very pleased to connect with you (Also a happy coincidence: I noticed that you have chosen Athena as your blogger icon, am I right? Like me!). 😀 best to you! ⭐

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    • pjlazos says:

      Thank you and yes! Our messages crossed in cyberspace as I said the same to you on your blog about Athena! I’m always searching for wisdom! I will need to stop by your blog for a dose or two. :0) Best to you as well!

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  4. quiall says:

    Thanks for following my blog!

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  5. Greetings! I wanted to stop by and visit your Halls or Writing, and thank you for following Quantum Hermit.
    I also think being a beekeeper’s apprentice is very cool! Looking forward to find new things through your words 🙂

    Fim

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  6. Absolutely beautiful blog!

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  7. Great web presence, Pam. Your positions, perspectives and photos are most appreciated. Need to talk about commons. Still have your Lydia poster. Let’s meet, talk and trade. Cheers.

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    • pjlazos says:

      Thanks, Randy! Great to hear that my writing resonates with you! Yes, let’s get together. LHS Society starts year two in the fall and we’re hoping to see it really take off this year. You’re input regarding the house is always appreciated! Pam

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