Ann Hagman Cardinal is a freelance writer as well as the Director of Alumni Affairs for Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her first novel, Sister Chicas--co-authored with two other Latina writers—was released in 2006 by NAL/Penguin Books. Her column, Café Con Lupe, has appeared in several publications and she is a regular contributer to La Bloga. Ann lives in Northern Vermont with her husband Doug and son Carlos.
Ann explores the concept of "home."
Growing up in and around a city, I learned what I knew about small town life from television and books.
Okay, so I have 38 pairs of summer shoes... you gotta problem with that?
Ann examines the issue of the subtler forms of bias.
On the essentials of looking put together and whether or not to get color tattooed on your lips after 70...
Two Ann(e)s lament the trials and tribulations of bra shopping
Shield’s season finale offers political ammunition, new romances, and thwarted mob hits. A mild season’s end for a controversial series.
I spent half my youth in a dark movie theater, and Woody Allen was my hero. The voice of the people. Then he changed all that for me, face-to-face.
Triple crosses, backroom political dealings, blackmail photos, and hacked-off body parts — the magic is back!
Their Aim is True: Hip-O records releases two incredible collections of Elvis Costello’s best work.