Places | Postcards
In a Digital World, I Tried to Write My Love in the Analog

There is a special gesture in the analog, in putting love to paper, when everything is in code.

Dec 12, 2018
Fiction | Postcards
“Causal Connections”

Ceding the head trauma filled lesions That once were seeds planted in my head Struck by a riot’s kisses The violent idealist was telling me Over a meal at his favorite place I shrugged and nodded with a half grin Struggling to keep the food in my mouth At least someone out there understood I […]

Aug 3, 2018
Fiction | Postcards
the thorns of rosslyn

there is the hope that the wind will hold. on the bus, stiff necks craning, oranged windows framing the sky. thick pigeons squat unceremoniously, my legs numb from the climb. a brokenhut in chrome, this is the picture to send back. falling in line, i pay a first world amount for a third world desire. […]

Places | Postcards
Letters from My Grandma

“I got a certificate saying ‘I danced the waltz in Vienna.’”

Aug 15, 2017
Fiction | Postcards

Tell me where the data points and where to ship my eastern palms. Family planning and a woman’s body ubiquitously long arms Close around your loped conceptions and our cash. How do you solve a problem like ambition, Melinda? I’ve been caught in the risen gypsy fields, I didn’t mind. I’ll let the world blush […]

Jul 19, 2017
Nonfiction | Postcards
Addicted to back alleys

See also: garbage picking for profit

Jul 19, 2016
Nonfiction | Postcards
Delphi – The heart of Paranassus

Where once was the Center of the Earth

Jun 1, 2016
Nonfiction | Postcards
The Baguette and I

An unlikely love story

Oct 29, 2015