- A write-in at the sculpture gardens. Meet us at the Bruin Bear at 11 am. Bring your writing tools.
Book Recommendation of the Week
The Vegetarian by Han Kang
“This short novel is one of the most startling I have read. Set in contemporary South Korea, it explores the life of a young married woman, Yeong-hye, whose decision to give up meat ends up devastating two families. Han Kang’s achievement is to suggest that this defiant act of vegetarianism can smash several lives and threaten the order of a society.”
-from Julia Pascal’s review on The Independent
suggestion made by ext. director Diana Park
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Monthly Archives: March 2013
During the last meeting of Winter Quarter, we wrote to a list of random songs. Kyle & Dmitry happened to pick “Little Talks” — how they got to the following story in 10 min, we have no idea: These guys … Continue reading
This is just all kinds of wonderful.
Happiness Is By Hannah Hogen Happiness is a warming revolver and You are the bullet doomed to detonate upon my delivery, because You are the sweet sugar free to taste under the cloak of camaraderie.
houdini by Jaya Reddy thin lips disappear in a kiss what more can be said than a sweet goodbye whispered on the tips of those paper thin lips
God’s Telephone Lines By Emma Wisdom We drove out to Montauk late in March, a pile of wool blankets in the backseat, Lola, the greyhound, in my lap. Steven held the wheel and my hand, one grip loose, one tight, … Continue reading
First-place winners will be published in Westwind’s quarterly journal. Nature Sings Louder than the Parthenon By Grant Durando Thirty-three years ago my hand went limp and began a lump sum settlement with the end lilies opened up to sing the … Continue reading
First-place winners will be published in Westwind’s quarterly journal. Dynamic By Peter Holby The bell sounds and everybody except for Jimmy drops what they’re doing and heads towards the break room. Jimmy grabs his broom and starts moving between the … Continue reading