In twenty-four hours, I’ll be somewhere over the Atlantic, bound for Madrid and an international faculty development seminar focused on the Camino de Santiago. It is officially summer, insofar as everything is graded and the meetings are generally in abeyance, but still, I go in a time of flux (as if there is any other … More Me voy.
Half of this post is months later than I intended it to be, but I’m not often a timely writer, and when I am, usually the coincidence works against me. But maybe it’s timely in a different fashion because this week, word hit the hockey streets that the ECHL’s San Francisco Bulls are in some … More read and recommended: "The Old Ways of Defeat" by Chris Collision
I’m starting this post while my stomach churns over the Zimmerman verdict, and I don’t want to write it. I don’t want to write it because it feels so frankly useless and irrelevant in the wake of so much horrifying injustice. My impulse says write about that, but frankly I’m not qualified and I don’t even … More making peace with joy