By Alexandria Mays It’s like standing on the shore and watching a wave roll in and you tell yourself “Oh wow, that’s the biggest wave I’ve ever seen.” You see it coming from a distance and you worry, knowing that it has the power to drag you under, but you want to know what it … Continue reading How Do You Know When You’re In Love.
by Brian Riggins You’ve seen the movie before. A kid barely manages to catch a bus. He’s leaving home. Or maybe he’s finally going home. Other popular destinations include “somewhere” and “anywhere but here.” Soybeans press up against the highway. It’s impossible to measure progress unless the Greyhound approaches a pothole or a mile marker. … Continue reading After Franz Wright
Tonight is Rosh HaShana [the Jewish New Year]...and so begins my stream of consciousness. I have always been taught that this is a time of year that one can look into his soul and ask for forgiveness for the wrong things he may have done, even something seemingly insignificant. This is the time of year … Continue reading The Scale Doesn’t Lie