Born in Reykjavík, Iceland, Valgerður grew up barefoot in South Bend, Indiana, but was educated primarily in upstate New York. She has been writing about music, theater, politics, and Icelandic culture for the Reykjavík Grapevine since 2006, when she began as an editorial intern at the age of seventeen. Valgerður […]
Archive for category: Crime and Punishment
A Mexican freelance journalist and author currently based in Damascus, Diego is a regular contributor of PeriscopePost.com and a columnist at El Diario de Mexico Edition USA, the largest Spanish language daily on the Eastern Coast. His work has been translated into Arabic and Kiswahili.
PenTales Storytellers gathered in Vienna to share their perspectives on Crime and Punishment. The stories shared included “A Fabulous Opportunity” by Phillip Hutten, and “1,2,3” by Sebastian Waechter.
topic: EVENT medium: PHOTO In November, 2010 PenTales Storytellers gathered in Munich to share their perspectives on “Crime and Punishment.”
topic: EVENT medium: PHOTO In November, 2010 PenTales Storytellers gathered in Mexico City to share perspectives on “Crime and Punishment.”
topic: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT medium: TEXT What happened to Chelsea on Sunday? First she got arrested for running on to the field at Pac-Bell Stadium after the Giants game (in SF). She was led out in handcuffs and served a summons to appear in court. Then she went over to […]
topic: 9/11 medium: TEXT as submitted for the “9/11” Open Call PERHAPS IT’S NORMAL IN THE WAKE OF THE DEATH OF A friend you’ve known for so long – and I knew Jif longer than almost anyone in my life – to romanticize youth. So many emotions flood into the […]
topic: NEW FRONTIERS medium: TEXT, AUDIO as shared at a PenTales event in Paris Listen to the Story! Freedom #1 From darkness, to LIGHT And 24 hours of freedom. We dance, we fly, we fuck like crazy, and then we die. FREEDOM#2 Lifted high, and lowered to the ground…. she […]
topic: BORDERS medium: TEXT, AUDIO as shared at a PenTales event in Paris Listen to the Story! When I first went to South America I was traveling on a huge truck that had been painted blue and refitted to carry gap-year travelers across the continent, spending their parents’ money […]