11 Mar 2013
This week: stories about being in transit.
Ray Gergen is an white, queer, femme oberlin alum from the class of 2010. Her favorite color is green and she hopes you have a fantastic day.
Michael Georgilis is an alum from Centre College class of 2010. A collector of stories, his thoughts are half Tolkien, half Lovecraft, all English-major. He works in Cincinnati, Ohio to make textbooks cheaper for students everywhere.
Anita Peebles is a junior Religion and Environmental Studies major from Michigan. (She loves sunshine, kittens and reading poetry.)
Alyssa Zullinger graduated from Oberlin College in 2010. She currently lives in Delaware.
Daniel Tam-Claiborne is a graduate of Oberlin College and served as a Shansi Fellow in Taigu, China from 2009-2011. “I Won’t Be Home for Christmas, Again” is one of twenty-two short stories featured in his debut novel What Never Leaves, published in 2012 by Wilder Voice Press. He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in International Relations at Yale University and can be reached at email@example.com.
Helen Chu-Hirschberg teaches English Language development in Fremont California. She is an artist and a first generation Chinese-American.
Hillary Carter is Oberlin class of 2009 and former writer for The Dead Hear Footsteps and Semi-Automatic Players, now resides in Columbia, Missouri.
This episode is released under a CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license.