Angela Early eloquently meditates on the changing state of wealth in our country.
By: Kaitlin Hulsy Every morning, I wake up to this fantastic contraption that makes me a single serving of generic donut factory coffee. My upstairs parallel neighbor reprimands her children in loving shades of Spanish while my future husband-in-sin kisses my cheek. My fur son hunts for imaginary ants from the piece of cupcake IContinue reading “IKEA Snow”
By: Sammye Richardson Sammye Richardson is a writer, a mother, and a student at Bakersfield College. She also has ridiculously adorable fur babies(pictures to come). This piece examines the all-too-familiar patterns of the Covid-19 grocery store hoarder. Ideally, in five years the idea of fighting for “TP” will be a memory far submerged in theContinue reading “The Abstract American: A Satirical Take on the Ugly Art of Panic Hoarding”
Copyright Deanne Stillman;this piece originally appeared on http://www.truthdig.com, and is reprinted with permission of the author. On the day the towers fell, furies flew out of the hole in the ground and like all restless spirits, they headed west. I did not realize it at the time, of course, but did have the sense aContinue reading “9/11 and the Damage Done”