Traffic Tangles

Rush-hour traffic etiquette takes on a new meaning on Bainbridge Island, where the streets abound with the sound of children playing; basket-ball hoops hang from trees on opposite sides of the street, the centerline dividing[…]

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Pregnancy Patter

Something there is about a pregnant woman that invites intrusions physical and mental from friends and strangers alike. As featured in The Seattle Weekly.  

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Writing Right

It’s the first night of class at the University of Washington’s Non-Fiction Writers’ Program. I open the classroom door and, seemingly, enter a recurring dream I had in undergrad. My piece as featured in The[…]

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To Russia With Love

IT IS A GIVEN that Russia in the post-Soviet era is eagerly awaiting American instruction in the proper way to live and prosper. So it came as some surprise to us when, bound for St.[…]

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