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NOTEBOOK PEOPLE: An Interview With Annie Simpson by Trina O’Gorman

NOTEBOOK PEOPLE: An Interview With Annie Simpson by Trina O’Gorman

Do you remember how old you were when you first started keeping a notebook? I don’t know how accurate my memory of my own experience is. When I tell the... Read More
NOTEBOOK PEOPLE: An Interview With Michael Downey // Trina O’Gorman

NOTEBOOK PEOPLE: An Interview With Michael Downey // Trina O’Gorman

I was an undergraduate creative writing major in my late teens or very early twenties when I first read Joan Didion’s essay collection, Slouching Towards Bethlehem, and came across the... Read More
Some People Are Notebook People // Trina O’Gorman

Some People Are Notebook People // Trina O’Gorman

Dear Reader,  The other day, a girlfriend of mine came over to keep me company after my surgery. We had a relaxing afternoon hanging out on my back porch, which... Read More
A Case for Keeping a Travel Journal // Trina O’Gorman

A Case for Keeping a Travel Journal // Trina O’Gorman

Dear, Dear Reader - I have been back from Saarbrücken and Berlin, Germany for two weeks now, and I have so much to tell you about this joy-filled, life-changing journey... Read More
ROTERFADEN // Trina O’Gorman

ROTERFADEN // Trina O’Gorman

ROTERFADEN  Rosenstraße 11  66111 Saarbrücken  Deutschland  On Monday, July 27th, we woke up a bit later than we’d wanted. The previous day had been a long day of travel, and... Read More
On a Somber Note // Trina O’Gorman

On a Somber Note // Trina O’Gorman

Throughout the month, I jot down ideas for my BK Love Letter essay. I look for inspiration everywhere because it can be found in the tiniest of things and simplest... Read More
Plant Journaling and The Evolution of a Plant Parent // Trina O’Gorman

Plant Journaling and The Evolution of a Plant Parent // Trina O’Gorman

“Serendipity” has been my favorite word for as long as I can remember. Aside from its meaning, which in and of itself is appealing, the very shape of the word... Read More
Expressive Writing and the Exploration (or Lack Thereof) of the Shadow Self // Trina O’Gorman

Expressive Writing and the Exploration (or Lack Thereof) of the Shadow Self // Trina O’Gorman

For a while there, prior to the start of the pandemic, one of my very closest friends, John, would regularly get these awesome refrigerator magnets for me from a craft... Read More
Being Resilient And Finding Joy During These Difficult Times // Trina O’Gorman

Being Resilient And Finding Joy During These Difficult Times // Trina O’Gorman

I had not yet breathed a sigh of relief, but I was getting closer to it. It was apparent to me that the COVID-19 transmission rate had dropped significantly. Every... Read More