Archives for October 2016

Sunflowers

General/Column October 27, 2016

She sleeps in the car seat I skim the rearview, drink in light Out there, roadside helianthus tilt and track…

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In the Margins

The 25th Hour October 27, 2016

I’m eleven, sitting on the front stoop of our split-level with my Mead notebook on my lap, watching the last…

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How Motherhood Erased the Muse

The 25th Hour October 20, 2016

My children are scared of the vacuum cleaner and the dark that slips between crochet hooks of their blankets. They…

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Giving Her Son the World

General/Column October 20, 2016

What started as a layer of sheer tissue spindled around each rib grew its own heart. The doctor said she…

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