The Second Page

Personal stories. Season two.

Photo by Allie from Vancity

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

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.


Podington Bear (Origami), Nine Inch Nails (The Four Of Us Are Dying, 18 Ghosts II, Echoplex), Josh Woodward (Let It In, Ashes), Kirk Pearson (Omelette)


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