Nonfiction 2.2

Nothing in Particular by Scott Morris

Nothing in Particular by Scott Morris

Nonfiction, Vol. 2.2, June 2008 A witty remark proves nothing. —Voltaire As I hope you already inferred from the title, this essay is about nothing in particular. While discussing nothing I want to talk about how sometimes when I am tired and I want to […]

Four Days & Four White Nights by Kat Meads

Four Days & Four White Nights by Kat Meads

Nonfiction, Vol. 2.2, June 2008 Our itinerary, even for hyper, short-attention-span Americans, is absurd. Peter the Great’s city in less than a work week: the red-eye from San Francisco to Paris to the Pulkovo Airport, a hasty check-in at the Hotel Astoria, then back to […]

Day 37 by Matt Lavin

Day 37 by Matt Lavin

Nonfiction, Vol. 2.2, June 2008 I am going to begin writing about my mother. Now is the moment of pause before pen hits paper. The implement is approaching the sheet, like Zeno’s paradox continually halving the distance to the destination but never reaching it. I […]

Dear Geneseo Alumni by Ichabod

Dear Geneseo Alumni by Ichabod

Nonfiction, Vol. 2.2, June 2008 An unusually thick envelope came in the mail last week, from my alma mater. Dear Geneseo Alumni, We know you took pride in Geneseo’s high admissions standards when you were an undergrad. Those standards have climbed even higher since you […]