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
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 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 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...