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Explore the captivating dance of nature in this poignant essay.
“We should stop using the term ‘bullet points.’” Erin Murphy offers life lessons on cherry blossoms, Gwyneth Paltrow, gun violence, and more.
I tried to convince myself I wasn’t a total trope—after all, the paradise we visited could be another person’s nightmare. “No Happy Endings” by Jamie Hudalla.
I begin with a story of how I came to discover the work of James Baldwin; I begin with the novel Giovanni’s Room.
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“The mind, unlike a library, is more like a web.” Learn from Kristi Ferguson in today’s #EssaySaturday, “Running Lessons.”
How could I then put into words my feelings about my favorite one of them all, the Danube?
Can you remember the first time you began to fashion things of your own, whether objects, characters, or anything else?
“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.
“My best shot of meeting anyone may be dog walking.” Today’s #EssaySaturday USA is “Spastic-Dog Woman” by Lisa K. Harris.
The world had different rules for women in 1972 than today.
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.