“Eight-hundred pounds of beautiful Arkansas Black apples later, we took off our gloves. Some wiped off their foreheads. We squinted at each other in the sun, smiling.”
by Tess Solomon on December 3, 2017December 2, 2017
“We pass it every year, the way the parade passes. Then we arrive home with the last notes of the song, evidence against our staying power, our packaging, upon return, found intact.”
by Tess Solomon on December 3, 2017December 3, 2017
“But looking at this sunrise, I realized I had missed the magic of so many past ones with my expectation.”
by Tess Solomon on November 12, 2017November 10, 2017
“Matter warps that geometry.
So I try to piece her together like he would.”
“In the succeeding entries, we telescope our mornings by recounting and recasting. Each succeeding morning of a series is composed in exactly half the number of words of the previous. Diminish with us below.”
by Alex Jacobson, Ananya Malhotra, Carolyn Kelly, Christopher Villani, David Exumé, Katie Duggan, Miriam Friedman, Serena Alagappan, Tara Shirazi, Tess Solomon, Tianyi Wang on October 22, 2017October 22, 2017
“Our most homespun particularities would illuminate the dusk in the woods like lanterns as we sat together after dinner.”
by Tess Solomon on October 15, 2017October 14, 2017
Bot check: What is the name of the res. college that begins with a B?