Have you ever written a super-secret project, one you didn’t want to tell *anyone*? That was me, for years, as I worked on draft after draft of a weird, multi-POV... Read More
A review of a graphic novel/memoir about a South Korean university student’s introduction to resistance against her country’s dictatorship in 1983.
Thoughts on whether to keep the Covid-19 lockdown or open the country again, in the country we have rather than the one we wished we had.
How our actions as a collectivity raise or lower our chances of surviving the Covid-19 pandemic, thus making all of us a collective protagonist.
In fall 2005 my husband took our oldest child to Atlanta for his freshman year at Emory University. Derrick fell in love with Emory years before when he accompanied... Read More