Love & Coffee In The Time Of Covid

From six feet away I knew she was the one...

How To Stay Positive During The Coronavirus

This is a small list of thing we can do at home to pass the time while getting over the Coronavirus.

Redemption in Alicante

Author's note: This might have happened sometime a handful of years ago.     Shades of violet began to spill upward into the sky. Rowed fields with the occasional farmhouse emerging out of nowhere became visible. On this ALSA passenger bus it was too early in the morning to hold a conversation with strangers, but... Continue Reading →

Dear Murcia,

    Hey, how’s it going? Did you get a haircut? We’ve met a few times but unless you’re regular of MuyBici stations, El Palmar, Esparragal, or various plazas that serve cheap coffee, you probably don’t remember me. I normally don’t write letters to cities, but today I’m in the mood to get some things... Continue Reading →

A Street Corner Named Desire

The corner of Avenida Abenerabi and Calle Marquez de los Vélez on a chilly Spring day. I’m not quite sure if it’s Spring or just a blustery fall afternoon as I continue with some meanderings known as walking to the store. I need to pick up a carton of eggs and various random food-related products.... Continue Reading →

The Smartphone App Purge

Author’s note: No phone applications were permanently harmed during the writing of this post, and everything you are about to read definitely maybe happened. Sitting in Santo Domingo Plaza, under the protection of a dark tinted cafe tent, I was scrolling through the touchscreen of my smart phone when suddenly a crazy notion pinched me... Continue Reading →

Falling Up

  As I publish this post I’m sitting in a room filled with scores of people who previously, currently, and most likely won’t ever know each other. Florescent light fixtures shine from the ceiling in shades of hollow yellow as I sit in a leather-backed chair. It’s the first time that I’ve been here, and... Continue Reading →

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