Posted by Kate Jones | Sep 10, 2017 | Essays | 3 |
by Sarah Clouser | Sep 3, 2017 | Essays | 2 |
In my son, I see my own love of books, words, and letters.
by Kathy Kehrli | Aug 27, 2017 | Essays | 5 |
I never wished more that I could slow down our time together in a way I’d failed to do on that walk. I won’t make the same mistake with Coolidge.
by Margaret Jo Parsons | Aug 24, 2017 | Essays | 0 |
My anger provides the energy to get started, but it is love that provides me the capacity to endure.
by Elana Rabinowitz | Aug 11, 2017 | Essays | 1 |
I decided I would no longer fight science. I knew I could not win. I waited 44 years. And I had waited too long.
by Jennifer Cramer-Miller | Aug 6, 2017 | Essays | 8 |
Within her small frame in that hospital bed, I saw a giant of grace and goodness.
by Rachel Jones | Jul 30, 2017 | Essays | 1 |
Sweat was the sheen through which we saw our dusty and welcoming host nation. And words were how I processed it all.
by Arbor Lee | Jul 23, 2017 | Essays | 2 |
“The world needs all our offerings, whether we stand at the center or at the perimeter.”
Arbor Lee shares her thoughts on what it means to stand in the periphery.
by Callie Feyen | Jul 20, 2017 | Essays | 0 |
We can support and love our children, but those lives that we held in our wombs are not our own.
by Evelyn Krieger | Jul 9, 2017 | Essays | 3 |
“It is too soon to assemble this tangled story.”
Evelyn Krieger grapples with a devastating loss and how to find the words again.
by Sunlight Press | Jul 2, 2017 | Essays | 0 |
Small wonder we don’t know what to feed the sick. We don’t know what to eat if we’re healthy.
by Alison Lee | Jun 25, 2017 | Essays | 2 |
“Stop deluding me into thinking I have plenty of you. I don’t. We don’t.” Alison Lee shares her thoughts about Time in her essay, “Wings.”
by Jennifer Batchelor | Jun 12, 2017 | Essays | 3 |
Who wants to look back at the end of his or her life and say, “Wow, I sure lived efficiently?”