The Paper

A piece of white printer paper hangs on a cork board outside the chorus room. It reads: My eyes scan the paper once, then once again. Four sopranos, four tenors, four basses, four altos. A perfectly balanced chamber choir. The same chamber choir I was […]

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GREG: An Essay on Names

Nearly three decades ago, Alan and Laura Katz sat down to dinner, a steaming basket of garlic bread between them, olive oil and vinegar swirling, untouched, already separating as the minutes passed. In their usual restaurant, with their usual menus and their usual table, their […]

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PATHWAYS: A ONE ACT

My senior year of high school, I began writing a play. For the past four years, I have written, re-written, workshopped, and rewritten again. Finally, I proclaimed it finished. Taking a chance, I submitted it to the Agnes Scott College Writers’ Festival Creative Writing Contest. Over […]

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The Lilacs

  Lilacs adorned the backyard of my home in New York. Every year, when they would blossom, my father would cut off the branches, and place them in our rooms. They said, “Spring is here! Passover, Easter, they’re here!” This past May, I went on […]

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