Reflections on 44 hours in a call center for coronavirus information. What worked, what didn’t.
Following is a bit of short of fiction that was published last year in The Paperbook Collective (Issue 7). The issue itself is available here. It contains plenty of good fiction, poetry, and photography for your reading pleasure. *** Maggie tossed the gray mess to the empty spot beside her. […]
Here’s an interesting take on “writing what you know.” In the June 11, 2013 issue of The New York Times, author Sarah Jio writes about how one night of abject terror helps her to write about fear. For the first time, in this essay, she writes about that night and […]