“Raise Your Hand If You Are Here” is dedicated to students who missed school due to COVID-19.
“Love in the Time of Covid” is written for couples balancing essential work with marital distancing.
“An Old Story” is a reflection on the issue of children living in poverty.
“Facial Recognition” was written in response to our angry national rhetoric and the resulting American angst.
“New Day” considers the global zeitgeist on the morning that 2016 ends and 2017 begins, and how we might feel hopeful.
“This Choice” reflects on the generational significance of the U.S. Presidential election.
“Safe” considers the personal fear of attack that has gripped the Western world.