Month: March 2020
Ticking the Box
The Second Front Door
Praise for the Porchbed
Praise for the porchbed is praise for SLEEP.
Wrapped in cricket and cicada-sound sleep.
Rapt in rain sleep. Worry and all-trouble erasing
sleep. Smoothed-out sleep.
Counting sheep and Bo Peep sleep.
One two three four five six seven
sleep and …
“Be Unpredictable, Be Real, Be Interesting, Tell a Good Story!” (with an interview by C.J. Bartunek)
While the U.S. census and the American Community Survey provide data on demographic changes in a city or region, they are not able to tell the stories of how these shifts occurred, or how citizens may feel about them. …
In order to get the insurance company to pay for the visit, the therapist needed to make a diagnosis within the first session.
“Don’t pay too much attention to it, though, these kinds of diagnoses aren’t really that helpful or …
The Citizenship Question, or, The Actors of Dearborn
9 NOVEMBER 2019. DEARBORN, MICHIGAN.
Before arriving at Uncle Sam’s house on the corner of Yinger and Gould Streets, Youssef Bazzi had been canvassing the neighborhoods in East Dearborn for over a month, knocking on doors throughout the day and …
The Citizenship Question: We the People
25 NOVEMBER 2019. 7:30 AM. HUSSON UNIVERSITY, BANGOR, MAINE.
The memory begins here: we’re young, us skicins, and we’re somewhere on the reservation, the island. We could have been anywhere, but when we look back on it, we’re in the …