Nostalgia Study Musing 4: Passage

Passing Strange, a Broadway theater production also immortalized in film by Spike Lee, tells the story of a young African American man, a single son of a single mother, from an affluent Black community in the suburbs of L.A. The play opens when Main Character is in his teens and suffering severe disgust with just... Continue Reading →


Nostalgia Study, Musing # 2: Love

They gathered at the house in the woods. Three women, friends now for nearly twenty years. They had met in high school – still children, really – but when they remembered back, it didn’t seems so. They seemed always to have been marvelously the same as they were still. In the time since then, two... Continue Reading →


Everywhere, as far as the eye could reach, there was nothing but rough, shaggy, red grass, most of it as tall as I was… As I looked about me I felt that the grass was the country, as the water is the sea. The red of the grass made all the prairie the color of... Continue Reading →

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