It could be
that you read her stories in those Random House collections of
contemporary womens’ humor,
Crème De Le Femme, or Life's a Stitch? Or possibly caught
one of her
"Finale" essays in Columbus Monthly?
Could it be
that your cousin saw Sally as a guest actress with the National
Touring Company of the
Vagina Monologues? Or was it hearing her as the guest
musical performer on any number of shows, such as Michael's
Know"? Mountain Stage? CBS's Sunday Morning, Sonya Live CNN?
Most likely it
was on an airplane and the rustling of her newspapers really
annoyed you and then she spilled soda on you, then she asked if
you were going to finish your peanuts, and then she asked you
where were you heading, and then she offered you gum, and then
she gave you a Babe postcard..???
Don't know where you heard of her? Doesn't matter.
We're just glad you came to visit!
Psst! Can You Keep A Secret?
The talented folk at
Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) have added Sally to his
amazing collection of Art/History published in the
Chicago Reader titled "The
Secret History Of Chicago Music" which is complimented
by a radio show of the same name on