June Casagrande's Writings
Our Times Santa Monica supplement to the Los Angeles Times
Visible as larger file at http://www.grammarsnobs.com/melons
Burbank Leader (and syndicated to other community newspapers)
Shakespeare was, obviously, a great writer. But his words don't follow me. They remain on the page, right there were I left them when I stopped reading. Robert Louis Stevenson touched me at a young age, implanting vivid permanent images in my mind. But he didn't change it. Homer helped mold the modern world, but he didn't mold me. None of these writers assembled...
June Casagrande was born in March and lives in a small house. She wrote a grammar/humor book called "Mortal Syntax" and, before that, one called "Grammar Snobs Are Great Big Meanies." She sincerely hopes you buy a million copies of each.
Causes June Casagrande Supports
Planned Parenthood, ClimateCrisis.net, the Richard Dawkins Foundation, Pet Orphans of Southern California, KIVA