Only now, many years after the event, 20 years after my father’s death, do I realize that I was trying to make some connection in my “trolley discourse” to my dad, who at the time, in Washington, was dying from cancer.
My constructionist epistemology began to be shaped in the journalistic mode when I was 16 years old and started interviewing people and publishing their stories.
A testimonio prepared for BBL 7123, "Sociocultural Contexts of Literacy," University of Texas at San Antonio
Assembled over six decades and during trips or periods of residence when seeking spiritual refuge was not the principal aim, these 15 tidbits are offered in gratitude to life as it is.
Stealing from the New York Times Sunday feature, an embarrassingly specific guide to pandemic-era pursuits and rabbit holes.