Be positive, but be genuine, the memo advises. Acknowledge that this is an emotionally difficult time, but demonstrate confidence in our future.
Admitting you are a writer at Wheeler’s is like admitting to folding origami or shopping at the Whole Foods.
Something essential, something dangerous, loomed in this war and deserved the light of literary day.
I’m afraid of contributing to the stigma of mental illness by telling this story.
Off his meds, Daniel went to a bar, got spooked, and lost his temper.
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