WuToWu #51: Joyce Carol Oates Eats a Chicken

Hi Jessica, A week and a half ago I went to hear Joyce Carol Oates speak about her new memoir, The Lost Landscape. The Harvard Bookstore hosted the event in the church right next to the T-station, across from Johnson Gate. One of the reasons Oates chose to write this memoir is the sensation she…

WuToWu #50: Greedy Goblins in the Brain

Hi Curtis, As you know, my sinus has once again raged war against my body. Luckily, I was able to write some while heavily medicated. And thus I bring you a little something I like to call “Greedy Goblins in the Brian”. ~ When you’re sick, you disappear into a vacuum. The meticulously planned events…

WuToWu #49: What’s in the Daily News?

Hi Jessica, I was thinking about giving you the Prague story I wrote for class, but that’s still under revision. So here’s this instead, which is being written so that I can procrastinate even more on my statistics p-set. In the Harvard Business School library, there is a corner of the stacks where a couple…

WuToWu #48: Without a Voice

Hi Curtis, This past Sunday, among the chaos in the theatre, something went missing: my voice. It was my first time so I entered into this new strange world without any experience. I’m sure you’ve heard a car try to start but kinda just putter out along the way. That’s essentially what happened. The worst…

WuToWu #47: The Rhythm

Hi Jessica, I have my first midterm on Monday, so I haven’t been very attentive to interesting things going on in my surroundings. However, I did see something today on my way to work, which is lucky for me because it is now the seventh day after your post, and I need to write something.…