I was walking into my dorm room. It was dark, the blinds pulled down and lights off. As soon as I opened my door and pulled my key out of […]
Dear Mr. E.: It’s funny how the standard greeting is ‘Dear’, isn’t it? Matters not if you’re addressing Mandela or Hitler, your grandmother or the slimy jerk who swindled you […]
NaNoWriMo is short hand for National Novel Writer’s Month and every November thousands of people come together — online and in person — to write a novel. I chose to participate […]
Who really knows where to begin one’s story about their rape. I mean, where does that story REALLY begin? I guess I’ll start with how my ex and I met. […]
Joan Didion once famously wrote that, “It is easy to see the beginnings of things, and harder to see the ends.” For me, the opposite is true. It has been […]
I met Kevin when we were in high school. We never had a class together, but somehow became casual friends—acquaintances that would share a joke and greet each other while passing in the halls.
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\ Kat is a public health researcher, writer and social entrepreneur. She still carries the belief she held as a kid– that we can each make the world just a […]