First of all, this woman is my new hero. Second, check out her book from 1915, “Are Women People?”

First of all, this woman is my new hero. Second, check out her book from 1915, “Are Women People?”

Posted on: Aug 14, 2012 at 4:32 PM

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She's the sort of girl who, in a previous generation, would have run away from home to join the circus...





Chantelle Constable.
Soprano.
Jazz, classical, rock & roll.
Kansas.
July 22, 1989.
Pianist, guitarist.
Writer.
Traveler.
Choir nerd.
Coffee consumer.
Idealist.
Introvert.
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Universal Big Sister.
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- of murder mysteries.
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