Nonfiction 3.2

The Brownshirts Are Coming by Fred M. B. Amram

The Brownshirts Are Coming by Fred M. B. Amram

Nonfiction, Vol. 3.2, June 2009 On Saturday evenings we sometimes walked over to the neighborhood cinema for a double feature and for a few hours of relief from the summer heat. Of course our railroad tenement had no air conditioning back in the summer of […]

The Kids Really Are Alright by Thomas Sullivan

The Kids Really Are Alright by Thomas Sullivan

Nonfiction, Vol. 3.2, June 2009 I start the day teaching two girls. We’re driving past the library when I see one of our cars on the road. I’m not sure who’s instructing, but it’s probably Thomas. I abandon my route for the moment and have […]

Why I Go North by Robert Vivian

Why I Go North by Robert Vivian

Nonfiction, Vol. 3.2, June 2009 I feel it pulling at me at me most days with a strange, tugging insistence as if I’m connected to it by a thin wire made of threadbare light, this sudden desire to drop whatever I’m doing or where I […]