Inspiration and stuff

mulletIt’s Wednesday, which means it’s my turn to pontificate over at Publishing Renaissance. This week you’ll find out why I think I’m just  like Einstein, except with much better hair. (My fem-mullet back in the late 80’s doesn’t count.)


About R.J. Keller

R. J. Keller is the author of Waiting For Spring. An avid independent movie enthusiast, she was Managing Editor of The Movie Fanatic website and created episodes of the writer-centric YouTube series, Inside The Writers' Studio, with author Kristen Tsetsi. She co-hosted Book Chatter with Stacey Cochran from 2011-2014. She lives in Central Maine with her family, where she enjoys gardening, collecting geeky memorabilia, and watching other people cook. View all posts by R.J. Keller

10 responses to “Inspiration and stuff

  • robinaltman

    I think I shared your fashion sense in the 80’s. But I put the back of my fem mullet up for my wedding “do”. 🙂

  • hoosiertoo

    There was a time I wished I had enough hair up top to pull off a mullet. Now, I’m ever so glad it was never the case. Even at 17, I was too thin on top to pull it off. Mullet? Naw.

    Of course, at 17 mullets weren’t in style, and the military determined my hairstyle into the early ’80’s.

    I did have really long hair that I wore in a ponytail while riding. And I have actually braided my beard once upon a time and, although currently against the wife’s rules, I may do so again, certain threats no longer being as effective as in the past.

    You did pull fem-mullet off well, kel.

  • rjkeller

    Robin, mullets were certainly convenient for that. Fortunately, I’d outgrown (and grown out) my mullet by the time I got married.

  • rjkeller

    H2, thanks! I still feel responsible for at least a small portion of the hole in the ozone layer. It took a lot of Aqua Net for that hairstyle.

    And I really dig beards. If you do decide to braid your beard again, be sure to post pictures.

  • MoJo

    Well, shit. I’ll admit to the fem-mullet, too.

  • jensoda

    You guys are crazy*.

    * I’m just allowed to say this because I probably didn’t have any hair during the era of the photograph.

  • joeglasgow

    I think that picture looks good, Kel.

    Though, I never had a mullet…I feel left out. Really? No.

    When I had a beard, I braided it in two…looked like a pirate. Then I shaved it.

  • rjkeller

    If I had a beard, I would absolutely braid it.

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