We Walk

  A poem by Daniela Caride   The wind scrapes off particles of our younger selves Great masses of air dislocate our pasts Take away our cells The rain washes off our warmth and ease Relentless showers of cold water Pound as our bones freeze   But we walk Together we walk   Sometimes the Read More…

Ingersoll Lecture with Marilynne Robinson

  Mark your calendar!   On April 27, the Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Marilynne Robinson will deliver the 2017 Ingersoll Lecture at Harvard Divinity School. To prepare for her visit, the Divinity School is offering several workshops, open to all, to give everyone a chance to discuss some of her works before she arrives on campus. In case Read More…