School Stuff

I can’t quite believe I’m saying this but: I’m going to a school reunion (on Zoom) tomorrow. I’m surprised by how rattled I am, at the thought of it. And how I’ve been living knee-deep in the past, good and bad, for this whole week leading up to it.

So I thought I may as well post a link to “Boarders“, an essay I wrote several years back about – well, about being a boarder. It was published in The Dublin Review, (Winter 2005-6)

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2 Responses to School Stuff

  1. Wonderful article, Lia, so very moving, the learning how to be alone in a crowd and the power of story telling as part of survival. Good luck with the reunion!

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