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Stacey Warde
Works at Warrens Trees
Attended California State University, Fullerton
Lives in Cayucos, Calif.
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A poem by Todd Young in The Rogue Voice.
Apricots are suede loafers, and black plums are cordovan weejuns, both of which are indications that Summer, however foggy it may be in this tiny beach town, is upon us. The tourists, in their brig...
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Word-of-mouth influencers can generate more than twice the sales of paid advertising
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Bottles will pop open during a wine festival as rigs drill deep across the city to find a resource whose scarcity threatens Paso Robles to its core: water. The water levels in wells that feed homes and wineries around her 10-acre property just south of Paso Robles have dropped 80 feet in some areas, leaving many with no choice but to take out loans to drill farther down. "The drought is being used as a political mechanism to take away property ...
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FUCK YOU, CHINA! At first I got mad at the country of origin—there wasn’t any manufacturer’s label, just a price tag. “Fuck you, China, for your cheap consumer ‘goods!’” And: “Fuck me for being dumb enough to buy them!”
  In parched, sun-baked California, buyer beware by Stacey Warde I recently bought a cheap pair of plastic sunglasses, made in China, at the Cayucos Super Market several days ago, a purchase I...
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New limits on the Justice Department’s role in regulating the drug have intensified a long-running debate over federal versus state control.
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Another gay man propositioned me. I politely told him I was straight. He tried to convince me that I should explore new avenues since I couldn’t find a woman. ‘How do you know I can’t find a woman?’ I asked. ‘I know,’ he said. ‘Believe me, I know.’
A 'WOMAN-HATER' PROWLS SAN FRANCISCO by Dell Franklin October, 1967 I found a tiny, dark, subterranean garret for $125 a month on Vallejo near Webster on a hill in Pacific Heights. I was on the bot...
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What Kind of Bird Is That?: A Free App From Cornell University Will Give You the Answer. Mysteries solved just like that!
Part of the mission of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology is to help people answer the question, “What is that bird?” And so, in collaboration with the Visipedia research project, they've designed Merlin, a free app available on iTunes and Google Play.
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The blinds went up at a new residence and a stern voice blurted, very curtly, “I’d appreciate it if your dog didn’t pee on my bushes, thank you.” 
by Dell Franklin Just about every weekday afternoon, at around 3 o’clock, Wilbur, my 10-year-old, 95-pound chocolate Lab, sunning himself on my spacious terrace, hears Randy Crozier, otherwise know...
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Occasionally, after a harvest, on a pay day, they’d go to a bar in Cambria and get drunk, shoot pool, become happy and sentimental, stare hungrily at big, healthy white girls, perhaps get angry.
by Dell Franklin Sitting in your cab when the buses roll in at the Greyhound station in San Luis Obispo, Calif., you pretty much know who your prospective rides are going to be: black women visitin...
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In 1782, the year she turned 30, Frances Burney was a single, successful chick-lit author with not one, but two bestsellers to her name. Fans pointed and stared at her when she went out to public places. They stood up and made a fuss when she entered rooms. They routinely addressed her as ...
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Blame me. 
California’s drought is suddenly turning a lot of uninterested laypeople into the most serious of water experts, each certain that someone else is to blame. Credit Photograph by David Paul Morris / Bloomberg via Getty
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  the mindful are not so mindful forgetting tons of dharma tons of karma themselves oblivious to the moment the bliss-filled moment that arrives suddenly out of nowhere —Stacey Warde  
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Occupation
Publisher, editor, writer, farmhand
Skills
editing, photography, writing; orchard and landscape maintenance,
Employment
  • Warrens Trees
    Farmhand, present
  • Quail Spring Farm
    Writer, blueberry grower, 2012
  • The Rogue Voice
    Publisher/Editor
  • New Times Media Group
    Managing Editor
  • Episcopal Diocese of El Camino Real
    Editor
Places
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Currently
Cayucos, Calif.
Previously
Tustin, Calif.
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Farmhand and publisher
Introduction
Currently, I work as a farmhand. It's good hard work and a welcome alternative to sitting at the computer day in and day out, which I've also done.

An ideal balanced lifestyle, for me, is time in the field, working the body, and time at my desk reading and writing, working the brain.

My greatest joy, however, has been to publish a literary magazine, The Rogue Voice, which started out as a monthly print publication in 2004 and suffered a quick printing demise in 2008, when the economy crashed and burned. After numerous, repeated requests, we resurrected the magazine online early last spring at The Rogue Voice.com.

I also write the occasional column or commentary, including Green Living PressCold Type, Common Dreams and Counter Punch.

I have worked as a freelance writer and editor, avoiding whenever possible soul-crushing office spaces, with a special interest in politics, health, and agriculture. I like working from home and outdoors, and pursuing my interests in music, art, literature and plant life. I've had the honor of working with many talented authors, artists, growers, farmers and innovators. For that, I'm grateful. §
Education
  • California State University, Fullerton
  • California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo
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Male
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Single