Flash Fiction: it’s short it’s hot it’s happening it’s now. And we’re reading it this week in Lit Club. We’ll take a look at a few stories published last summer in the New Yorker, discuss your responses to them, and try to discern what, if anything, they might teach us about ourselves and this big blue marble we live on.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Have you already tried the U.S. Air Force National Museum virtual tour at America House? Come explore it while having a chat with our friend Ryan who has a lot to say about the sky, planes, and his life experience in general.
With her New York-centric essays, Sloane Crosley takes a magnifying glass to modernity. Parsing the nuances, trends, and perceptions of Big City life she offers up some cleverly hilarious insights about the way we live now.
A haven for Black intellectuals, artists and revolutionaries-and path of promise toward the American dream-Black colleges and universities have educated the architects of freedom movements and cultivated leaders in every field. They have been unapologetically Black for 150 years. For the first time ever, their story is told.