by: Brianna Albers | Navigating victimhood and strength through pop music
By: Catherine Mitchell | "Winter is beautiful and harsh, and Joanna Newsom's songs are beautiful and harsh too."
By: Emma Johnson | "I collect grief and keep it safe."
By: Kat Sinclair | Reviewing and Re-encountering the Mountain Goats
By: Taylor Kraus | Internalizing childhood trauma with Bojack Horseman
By: Jacqui Deighton | "The problem is that, a lot of the time, Mary Jane Watson seems to exist entirely for Peter Parker, and not as a character in her own right."
By: Kathryn Silverstein | "Grimes has operated for me as a modern-day mystic, the cyclical drone of her music like feverish prayer."
By: Alice Lesperance | What is it like to disregard the body?
An essay on medieval mystics, and trauma.
By: Jenna Remley | "Home is the setting of the stories you imbibed" - An essay on how homes are made
by Kat Sinclair | A Tracking of Tears in Art and Media