[All photos from Unsplash] This is part of the serialized publication of scenes from my falling-in-love memoir. Read Part 1 of “Meeting – January 23, 2009” here, and read Part 2 here. “Do you need prayer?” she asks, once I’m a few feet from her. “Yes,” I say, “I really do.” I smile. “Anything in particular?” she […]
[All photos from Unsplash] This scene is part of the serialized publication of scenes from my falling-in-love memoir. Read Part 1 of “Meeting – January 23, 2009.” About then, the service starts. The lights dim and then flash in reds and blues as the stage fills with smoke. “Is that a fog machine?” I say. He […]
[All photos from Unsplash] This post is the first scene in the serialized publications of my falling-in-love memoir. Enjoy! There’s much, much, MUCH more to come. I have a lot of my mind when I meet you. I have just moved to Colorado, and I find myself being set up with an old roommate of […]
In an age of over-information, it can be hard to pay attention to what’s igniting our creativity. This new series is my attempt at capturing what got my brain spinning this week. ONE: Ultra Spiritual Life’s video, episode 38, “What I Love About the Olympics” Trust me. You need to see this.
Perhaps you’ve seen the show—you and 750,000 of your closest friends, who crowded through the Museum of Modern Art’s front door over the course of three months in the spring of 2010, to stand and stare at Marina Abramović, the Grandmother of performance art, sit in a chair across from a museum visitor. 1,565 people […]
In light of Alton Sterling’s shooting, I compiled a list of interactions I’ve had with the cops, as a white, middle class, millennial woman….
Have you ever drawn a bicycle from memory? Do it: I dare you. Designer Gianluca Gimini has been asking people for years to take up a pen and, in two minutes, to scratch the contraption onto paper. Know what else? I bet yours will turn out wrong, like 75% of the people who accepted his […]
Building a snowman in Colorado and participating in the miracle.