Stories Told. Lives Changed.
I’m on Flight 1990 from Philadelphia to Puerto Rico and in the middle of reading The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson when a panicked voice breaks over the intercom, “CODE RED, CODE RED!!!” A worried stewardess rushes up the aisle. A nervous current catches and spreads across the cabin. […]
The Day I Learned I Could No Longer Jump (or Learning to Fly) For M. Six months after being diagnosed with cerebellar degeneration, six months after a neurologist examined an MRI of my brain, leveled his eyes, cleared his throat and said to me, “you should be dead or in a hospital bed” I’m staring at […]
A Hard Story to Tell is a work of creative nonfiction that recounts the most unnerving experience of my life. The story was released in serial format. This is Part 3. Part 1. Part 2. For A.– “Balloons and lollipops. That’s what most kids choke to death on.” That’s what Officer James said through panted […]
A Hard Story to Tell is a work of creative nonfiction that will be released in serial format. This is Part 2. Click here to read Part 1. For M.– Two years before Chase started choking, Haley, unfamiliar with the theories of gravity and buoyancy waddled up to the edge of a pool deck, took an innocent, unassuming step and […]
A Hard Story to Tell is a work of creative nonfiction that will be released in serial format.This is Part 1. For F.– Start here: Cindy is in the kitchen twirling along the counter’s edge– cracking eggs, whipping batter. The oven is on. She is smiling. And all is well in suburbia. Most of this story […]