“He would do things right this time, he told himself.” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Two Kayakers”, by Max Ufberg.
As the Ukrainian war crosses into the border into Russia, our Saturday Essay serves a tapestry weaving current events, the visceral sting of history, and the domesticity of personal lives, ...
“I awoke before anyone else, in an unfamiliar house full of art and stuffed toys.” Today’s EssaySaturday USA is “Baltimore by the Mid-Morning Light” by Jesse Goodman.
“Theo slams on the brakes… swerves enough to avoid the deer… it’s staring at her like she made a mistake.” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “The Injured Deer” by Emily Unwin.
“My best shot of meeting anyone may be dog walking.” Today’s #EssaySaturday USA is “Spastic-Dog Woman” by Lisa K. Harris.
A personal investigation into land, and its role in forging a civilisation.
“You know, two of my colleagues and a friend are this close to ending their marriages over this?” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Currents”, by Nadeem Zaman.
The world had different rules for women in 1972 than today.
A haunting family saga about love, family, and the often unconsidered victims of war.
“I was certain everyone already knew about the little plastic bag in my purse, including the man walking toward me.” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Contraband” by David Swan.
Three of them lying on a beach, the nearest one half engulfed in sand, the bow of a sunken troop carrier jutting out of the water nearby.
A novel with a fable-like quality, it is a gift to any reader.
“On one side of the red vertical line, she wrote DUMP HIM. On the other side, she wrote HUMP HIM.” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Wait” by Amy Clements.
“To feel like I belong, like I’ve put time into one place and stayed long enough to put roots down.” Today’s #EssaySaturday USA is “Home is Where I’ve Arrived Too ...
“Human beings had become a multi-planet species, but that didn’t change anything.” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “I Didn’t Know You’d Be Insane” by Damien Baisden.
The “A – Z” is a pocket-sized street atlas of the city of London.
Twenty-one years of solitary imprisonment have made the Kurdish freedom-fighter Muzafar-i Subhdam a nomad, roaming inside his own thoughts…
“I realized I was a curiosity to the people Elizabeth worked with…” Today’s #StorySunday USA is “Only a Ten-Minute Walk from Here” by David Joseph.
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I just saw your beautiful fox: my neighbor texts me on her early morning walk past my house.
I’ve seen the fox many times, usually over the ...
It goes without saying that colonialism has far-reaching, perhaps never-ending impacts. Encourage the letting go of the past in the perceived hope of a better future. But can we forget? ...