Author: Marie DesJardin

Walking

Writer Marie DesJardin: From the Ground Up

Walking
by Marie DesJardin

Originally published in vMeme21, January 2009

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From the Ground Up

Marie DesJardin: From the Ground Up

From the Ground Up
by Marie DesJardin

Originally published in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, September 2009

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Hallmarks of the Kiwi Driver

Marie DesJardin: Kiwi Drivers

How to recognize a Kiwi driver: They are courteous. (This rule supersedes all other rules; in the entire country, we have encountered exactly 1 obnoxious driver during our trip.) They use their turn indicators. When the sign says, “Kept left

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Welcome to New Zealand!

New Zealand dangers

After 1400 pictures, I’m ready to take you on A Journey Through New Zealand. I’d like to start by giving you a simple overview of this spectacular island country. The landscape is so striking, there is something new and exciting

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For the Time Being

Marie DesJardin: Blue

What does a gang of college students do when they’re kidnapped by aliens? Build a time machine to escape, of course! Humorous, action-packed romp, suitable for kids. You can buy an audio version onĀ Amazon.com You can buy used print copies

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Bits & Nybbles Cartoon

During my first tech-writing job, I penned a comic strip for the University of Florida’s otherwise staid data center. The two technical writers in our little group manned the help line, so we got to hear users’ problems in their

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