February 7, 2018

On Writing Naked, Bloody, in Exile

By Caroline Hagood

Write naked. That means to write what you would never say. Write in blood. As if ink is so precious you can’t waste it. Write in exile, as if you […]

September 28, 2013

Matter and Antimatter

By Cody Walker

Twenty-eight years ago, at the University of Wisconsin, I took an introductory course in philosophy. Asked to write about epistemology (as espoused by Descartes, I think, or maybe Bishop Berkeley), […]

May 27, 2012

Out loud

By Hilary Plum

Through periods of illness I have recently taken to listening to books on tape. I know they’re not “on tape,” but I can’t help but use that phrase: bound by […]