Archives for December 2018

The Son I Didn’t

General/Column December 17, 2018

Your voice is dried honeycomb, delicate and reminiscent of something thriving. I hold you to my chest, can smell your…

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Learning to Be a Magician

General/Column December 17, 2018

For the Mothers My advice is to wear red silk, stand on stage, where all mothers of dying sons stand,…

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Snap Out of It

General/Column December 17, 2018

As a kid, it was normal at my house to open the freezer for an Otter Pop and have a…

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A Brief History of the Wheel

General/Column December 17, 2018

Wheels live outside. Car wheels cascading along pavement, a quiet clicking sound over bits of gravel in the road, or…

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