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Hey. I’m trying to re-launch The Sensible Nonsense Project.
Need an excuse to slink away from the Thanksgiving table when family dynamics get dicey? Go to your room and dust off your favorite old childhood books. Write about ‘em. Share.
"OK right so first off there are these ladies hanging out in the woods over a trash-can fire with a cauldron and they are stirring it with probably brooms. Basically this is where the sign drops down saying “WITCHES” as a sort of stage direction to our lives." - Sasha Fletcher
Chelsea Hodson, Krystal Languell, Miracle Jones, Maris Kreizman, Micaela Blei, Leigh Stein, and Sasha Fletcher at The Book Report 2nd anniversary reading, August 13, 2013
“But we don’t live and die in the world. We live and die in our heads. We live and die making decisions as individuals that change the story of our life, in real-time, day by day, according to insane laws of our own devising. A higher intelligence is always watching, whether you believe that higher intelligence to be Stalin, Jesus, Spock, Krishna, or your friends who will tell your story when you are gone.” - Miracle Jones
It’s 1979 and Aviva Rossner and Seung (“pronounced like the past tense of sing”) Jung are the most talked-about couple at Auburn Academy, an East Coast boarding school where students use sex and drugs as tickets to adulthood…