Salon

Salon

Spring 2018
Fiction A Lady’s Guide to Selling Out by Sally Franson ’06 Casey Pendergast is an ad agent struggling to find a balance in a world of feminism,...
Winter 2018
As a second-grader growing up in a Connecticut suburb, Susan Grant Rosen ’64 discovered God the way other children might uncover a family secret: She stumbled upon...
Winter 2018
On November 16, 2017, poet, performer, playwright, political activist, and author Ntozake Shange ’70 celebrated her newest book of poetry, Wild Beauty , at New York’s Nuyorican...
Winter 2018
Crossing Borders: Stories and Essays About Translation edited by Lynne Sharon Schwartz ’59 In this compilation of stories and essays on translation, prominent writers and translators—Joyce Carol...
Winter 2017
Many people think of abortion and birth as opposite experiences. In fact, they exist on a continuum of reproductive health care. After all, pregnancy is a reproductive...
Winter 2017
Emojis—those tiny images of faces and objects that can be added to texts—are everywhere. And now, thanks to Aryn DrakeLee-Williams ’01, there is Ebroji, an app available...