On Being Little by Michelle M. Campbell

We matter because we are matter, and if we get purposefully madder and madder and madder we can’t be little by being belittled. Continue reading On Being Little by Michelle M. Campbell

Celebrating Marbles: Raison D’etre by Julie Corredato

You’re probably familiar with the vintage idiom, “losing one’s marbles,” and may have used it on occasion in a playful manner, either to mock oneself, or to chide your friends, family, and colleagues during moments of  forgetfulness, anxiety, or despair. My grandmother, Banny, taught us how to play marbles back in the 1970s, and I craved the weight of the felt bag, holding what I envisioned were little glass eyeballs, before the lucky sibling or cousin was allowed to carefully release the marbles into the circle to begin the competition. The solid clank of glass spheres was a satisfying sound … Continue reading Celebrating Marbles: Raison D’etre by Julie Corredato