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Why?

by Carol Gino   As it is in dreams, from out of nowhere, it seemed I’d already arrived at the beginning of a long winding path that cut through the center of a lawn of manicured vibrant green grass. Along the far side there was a forest full of tall, leafy trees...

Rai Rai and Raj

by Carol Gino   He called her Rai-Rai, she called him Raj. They lived in India during a particularly turbulent time in the class wars and though he had an important job and old money from his family, he never did feel secure. She was the most precious thing he owned,...

Purpose

Rashana was looking thoughtful, as we walked toward the Yardsale, as though she was contemplating many things. We walked past the stage set of “Tera,” the new book I was writing about the shadow side of a wounded child and she said that though she wasn’t thrilled...