The Old Man and the Sea in the style of Dr. Seuss

Inspired by a suggestion from @talespoon on Instagram. I wanted to choose a source material that would contrast with the frivolity of Dr. Seuss, and Hemingway seemed like the best choice (at least, of the books I've read). He was an old man. He fished all alone. And in eighty-four days, His bad luck had … Continue reading The Old Man and the Sea in the style of Dr. Seuss

An alternate ending to Othello

Writing this was one of the highlights of my sophomore year of high school. I will always remember Ms. Ryan's English class as a happy, creative, encouraging environment, and this essay was a product of the joyful lens through which she helped us view literature. Read the original (slightly embarrassing) copy by clicking on the … Continue reading An alternate ending to Othello