“I Can’t Even Talk About It” expresses the world’s anguish about Assad’s brutal use of chemical warfare in Syria.
“Women and Children” was written in response to the global plight of families who are seeking immigration.
“Semester Break” considers the plight of an international student because of President Trump’s travel ban.
“Watching Obama Say Goodbye” is a reflection on the poignant end of American progressives’ relationship with the president.
“New Day” considers the global zeitgeist on the morning that 2016 ends and 2017 begins, and how we might feel hopeful.
“What Next” expresses the shock of the U.S. Elections result, especially for women.
“Storm Surge” was written by Anne McCrady in response to the timing of Hurricane Andrew and news from the U.S. presidential campaign.
“This Choice” reflects on the generational significance of the U.S. Presidential election.
“The Drop of Honey” offers an allegory for what has preceded the angry divisions between American citizens.
“All Grown Up” considers how world leaders act like school yard bullies.