Tag Archives: 9/11

This Day (Origami Boxes)

The day feels slow and languid and long and loud and like it is rushing by.  The pressing weight of grief.  Precise and heavy and yet simultaneously diffuse, and everywhere. And, outside, the sun shines. And on the radio: old … Continue reading

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Superstorm Sandy—grains of sand

Lately, I’ve been composing more blog posts while running by the East River than here in the tangible world of type and technology.  Today, I want to try to bring them back together. This weekend I returned to the East … Continue reading

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The memory keepers: Remembering September 11th—and World Suicide Prevention Day, September 10th

My thoughts this weekend, along with much of America and many around the world, are on 9/11, remembering, mourning, thinking about what happened ten years ago and what has happened since.  Two wars, much grieving, many shifts, small and large, … Continue reading

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