Category: Non-Fiction

THE HOMECOMING BY AMIT SHAH

You remember too much, My mother said to me recently. Why hold onto all that? And I said, Where can I put it down? ~ Anne Carson, The Glass Essay The metal accordion-gates with a giant padlock that looked as if it had been...

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WAITING FOR SNOW BY LINDA CARADINE

The heavens were white and full with snow. All it had to do was start falling, fat and fantastical, to fill up my world. It was a waiting game. I lay in bed looking out the window and searching the skies for an answer. When...

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SUNDAY WITH MY FATHER BY JULIA ABELSOHN

Sunday was the Lord’s Day in my household – that is to say, it was the only day that my father was usually at home and therefore he was treated like a god by my mother and grandmother. When he wasn’t working, he could usually be...

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SPURS AT Q BY ROBERT F. BRADFORD

It was a large dreary room, with nearly 1,000 chairs in three sections divided by two aisles. All the men in one section were white, all the men in the next were black, and all the men in the third were Hispanic, but every one...

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