A public shaming and its aftermath
To Counter a History That is Far from Sweet
More than just a weird pulsing hot dog sack
Of Philosophical Deaths and Slowly Strangling Sheep
After class, I walk toward the exit looking—like my students—not toward the future but at my phone’s screen.
On playing netball at school in South Africa
On resourcefulness as a national trait.
Long before I was born and almost a decade before my parents won the green card lottery and became Americans, my parents had come to see Good Paperwork as a moral imperative
If you don’t catch the saxophonist in the Atrium, you might see if the singing bartender at Vino Volo is working.