The Interview

'Sophia Elyse,' the paper proclaimed in curling letters across the top. Underneath was a concise description of her credentials, both professional and those pertaining to this particular meeting. She had listed the papers she had published along her career as a sociology student, as well as a detailed list of the research she had performed … Continue reading The Interview

Confession Behind a Screen

I was raised Catholic, and I remember spending a whole year of classes preparing for my first confession- or reconciliation as they insisted on calling it. We were told there were two options for how this would happen. We would either be seated in front of the priest (presented as the modern method that we … Continue reading Confession Behind a Screen