“She wonders if they are going to swim despite the odds, then reads on: the ladder isn’t to be used for swimming but for emergency purposes.”
The most painful losses are the ones we slowly learn to live with–of ideals that felt like they made us who we are, gone, but still here.
Amira Pierce writes a fictional account about romance, fear and identity on 9/11.
Amira Pierce on Junot Díaz, writing identity and the problem with the silent rule.
A layover in Philly turns into a reckoning with technology and the future.
Spike Jonze’s heavily lauded Oscar-contender about a recently divorced and lonely man who falls in love with his operating system isn’t necessarily the most perfect movie of all time.