Under the Covers: Somewhere over the Rainbow…

Posted by on Sep 15, 2015 in Book Review, Journal, Published

This article originally appeared in the Georgetown Voice on 9/4/14. It can be found here. When we look at our lives in hindsight, we tend to see the events as having fallen into place, like puzzle pieces naturally forming their way into the bigger picture—except that’s not how puzzles work. Puzzles take time, effort, and […]

Under the Covers: All the lonely people, where do they all come from…

Posted by on Sep 15, 2015 in Book Review, Journal, Published

This article originally appeared on the Georgetown Voice on 10/29/14. Find it here. “Doll may have been the loneliest woman in the world, and [Lila] was the loneliest child, and there they were, the two of them together, keeping each other warm in the rain.” Lila, the fourth novel by Marilynne Robinson, unearths a new […]

Under the Covers: Boy, snow, bird walk into a bar…

Posted by on Sep 15, 2015 in Book Review, Journal, Published

This article originally appeared on the Georgetown Voice on 4/24/14. Find it here. There once was a girl. She had a childlike freshness that suggested an initial impression of juvenility, but she wasn’t. She didn’t fall into convention. She believed in monsters and magic, but her thirtieth birthday was around the corner. She loved to […]

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