Informational Interview 1/3: Kitty Burroughs

THE POSTERCHILDREN: ORIGINS by Kitty Burroughs, aka quipquipquip Kitty’s Website Kitty’s Patreon TPC on Gumroad TPC on Storenvy The Posterchildren: Origins, or TPC for short, is one of my personal favorites in my bookshelf collection. Written by Kitty Burroughs, the series features super-powered teens working their way through public hero boarding school. It’s available on... Continue Reading →

Snapshot Stories Pt. 2/?

I can't say how many of these there will be. These three snapshots compose the second post in a series I can't put a number to. The first can be read here. Thankfully, these didn't manage to be as depressing as the first set, with #6 perhaps being the exception. These, more for me maybe... Continue Reading →

Everything in D.C. is Haunted – RGADC

Here's a fun challenge: take a stroll around Lafayette Square as the sunlight wanes, and peer into every uncovered window. There is a ghost in every single one of them. Everywhere in D.C. is haunted: Lafayette Square, Georgetown, the White House. And why shouldn’t the White House be haunted? Imagine all of the tragedies, injustices,... Continue Reading →

Snapshot Stories Pt. 1/?

Many photographs line the hall in route to my office. Though they are all recognizably pictures that are housed in the Archives, they are not obviously attached to moments, stories, or people. It's a long hallway too. Walking by them everyday inspires me, in a sense. Every photo in that hallway has a story we... Continue Reading →

First Things First – RGADC

(The first glimpse of the city out the window of the plane.) True to form, the very first thing I did when I arrived in D.C. was get sick. It wasn't a terrible illness, but the cold put quite the damper on my orientation experience. I slept far more than I was awake, which is... Continue Reading →

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