[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.