topic: CONNECTED medium: TEXT Liesl Schillinger, of the New York Times Book Review, had this to say about “Pho Therapy”: Anna Huddleston’s simple, funny, big-hearted story portrays two friends (former college roommates) who are divided by geography (one is in Russia, the other in Belgium) but united by Skype, man […]
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topic; 9/11 medium: TEXT as submitted for the “9/11” Open Call Remembering September 11th 2001 takes me back to my student flat in Germany, my washing-up, my radio, droning in a language I -frustratingly- didn’t properly understand. Occasionally a fighter jet roars overhead. My memories feel like a dislocation from […]
topic: 9/11 medium: TEXT as submitted for the “9/11” Open Call A 9/11 Piece After, similar words hung in the mouths of talkers. Each one like the others’ testimony; the day was uniquely bright and clear. My life had already turned partially, I had been waking earlier and was freshly […]
topic: EVENT medium: PHOTO In September 2010, PenTales Storytellers gathered in Paris to share perspectives on “Great Expectations.” Stories included “Great Expectations” by Olivia Salazar-Winspear, “The High Hopes of a Housefly” by Catherine Nicholson and “So, Great Expectations” by James Creedon.
topic: MONEY medium: EVENT Stories:“Beats Any Toy” by Lauren Frey-Daisley “Three Hundred and Fifty Dollars” by Noah Wunsch “Making Ends Meet” by Matt Morello “Making Ends Meet” by Guy Lesser “An Informative Powerpoint Love Letter” by Oliver Hartman
topic: 9/11 medium: TEXT as submitted for the “9/11” Open Call 11 / 9 Where I come from the month comes after the day so when I see, hear or read 9/11 anywhere it makes me sad that America, the most insular country in the world, has such far reaching […]
topic: 9/11 medium: TEXT as submitted for the “9/11” Open Call I was just waking up when the phone rang. A friend’s daughter was breathless on the other end of the line. Her parents had left for work moments earlier, and she was almost out the door for the school […]
topic: 9/11 medium: TEXT as submitted for the “9/11” Open Call Journal Entry – September 14, 2001 I drove to Mailboxes, Etc. to send my contracts back by FedEx yesterday morning and was reminded that we live in a different world now. “Ma’am, you might as well save your money. […]
topic: 9/11 medium: TEXT as submitted for the “9/11” Open Call The day terrorism crashed into the minds of Americans is still vivid in my head. I was in middle school at the time, and we received an announcement that a tragedy had occurred. We were herded to the auditorium […]