Why I cut my hair when someone I care about dies and a few other confessions about my life and American Monsters.
emailFacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditBufferLinkedinThe name on my birth certificate reads Sezin Piotruszewicz Menekshe Rajandran. I was named with the same initials as my grandfather on my father’s side, SPM Rajandran. He died just months before I was born, and in fact my mom was so upset at his funeral that her amniotic sack tore and she might have… Continue reading What’s In A Name?
The first in a series of reflections on the incredible Dialogue 2010, curated by Rose Deniz and on the topic of hybrid identities and location.
emailFacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrStumbleUponDiggRedditBufferLinkedinIn 1973 Erica Jong wrote the feminist anthem, Fear Of Flying. The heroine, Isadora, though terrified of flying, boards a plane and her subsequent journey leads to a spiritual and sexual awakening that was the one of the first of its kind in print. Jong’s thesis is that the fear of flying is the fear… Continue reading Fear Of Flying
My reflections on Miep Gies’ death as well as Wendy Soltero’s would-be 32st birthday.