The Old Country

May 13, 2016 Anonymous 0

Family habits are hard to quit. Cycles move through us and are passed down; we all carry our own portion of psychological damage, the inherited limitations that shape our existence. Our individual share of what […]

The Cuddler

May 31, 2014 Anonymous 0

Yes, I Paid a Woman to Cuddle With Me In my mind’s eye, I am backstage behind a curtain while Oprah tells her studio audience they are about to meet a man who paid a […] […]

From the Couch

November 26, 2013 Anonymous 0

Let’s start at the beginning. Now that it’s typed, that reads like a cliché, but when faced with writer’s block, it’s as good a place as any to start. That’s the lesson — just start. You […] […]

Silent Body, Speaking Body

July 8, 2013 Anonymous 0

[The following is an excerpt from the second edition of Live Through This: On Creativity and Self-Destruction edited by Sabrina Chap with the kind permission of Seven Stories Press.]  It’s my first month teaching dance at […] […]

The Old Country

January 7, 2013 Anonymous 0

Family habits are hard to quit. Cycles move through us and are passed down; we all carry our own portion of psychological damage, the inherited limitations that shape our existence. Our individual share of what […] […]