"An indelicate, necessary treasure—its gross joys deliver humanizing relief.” —Alissa Nutting, author of MADE FOR LOVE
You think you’ll never take wellness for granted. But, despite your best intentions, you do.
We inherit trauma through the actions of family members and through the stories they share.
“If losing your friends all the time is a dismal way to live, closing yourself off from humanity is even more grim.”
“There’s definitely a ton of colored people here!” a white guy told me. “I mean, people of color. That’s what I said, right?”
On love, loss, and consuming heartbreak art.
I was embarrassed each time I got out my camera.
Theatre in the New Detroit
Dead-Guy Shirts and Motel Kids: Immigrant Life in Florida
Black & Midwestern: On the Mississippi and Sites of Memory
On Envy, the MFA, and Writing Under Capitalism
切ない (Setsunai): When You Need a Word to Hold Both Sorrow and Joy
How This Lawyer Learned to Call Herself a Writer
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