I worry that with people moving around so much, that we have lost our deep knowledge of the places we inhabit. Is anyone else noticing the change in weather patterns, or is it just me and the other lifelong Oregonians?Read More
Its strange to be straddling the emotional fence, to have one foot in Korea’s present and future and another foot in America’s.Read More
My book is available!!!
From my publisher: "In her new memoir, Martha Grover goes undercover. Whether cleaning houses or looking for love, she peels back the surfaces of ordinary moments and reveals a life both hilarious and traumatic. The End of My Career sees Grover living with her parents again as she enters her late thirties, reconciling the pleasures and perils of being female, chronically ill, and subsisting on menial labor at the edge of an increasingly unaffordable city. Desperate for stable work, she gets hired as a state-sanctioned private investigator looking into shady workers’ comp claims—even while she herself fights in court for her own disability settlement. Angry and heartbroken, brimming with the outrageous contradictions of the modern world, The End of My Career embodies the comic nightmare of our times."
This is how Bangalore, a city of 9 million, the technological hub of Asia, is shut down because of a 1000 odd men from various factions deciding to show how patriotic they are to the cause of our State’s water.Read More
Some people have the privilege to leave. Some people have the privilege to stay.Read More