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HESP May 1, 2018

During my first year in New York, I lived with an old Art Collector. She died this winter. They found her laying on her marble floor corridor, wearing her red fur coat, Jeffery, her Portuguese water dog, barking at her side. The leash was hanging loosely around his neck. Her name was Amanda, but I […]

HESP May 1, 2018

In a world where cybersecurity workforce is facing severe labor shortages, and the tech world more broadly is under fire for lack of workforce diversity, there is a labor pool to draw from that are largely overlooked by recruiters: liberal arts majors. This is changing, and recent years have seen graduates in fields like political […]

HESP May 1, 2018

Louis, Bertin M. My Soul Is in Haiti: Protestantism in the Haitian Diaspora of the Bahamas. New York: New York University Press, 2014. Hardcover. [There are also Kindle and paperback editions available.] 200 pp.   I despise the word “voodoo.” It has pejorative connotations and unfairly stereotypes the often-Catholic people who practice a peaceful religion […]

HESP April 1, 2018

Edited by Stephanie Mojica A week ago, I packed a small suitcase and moved into Tanya’s condo in Belmont. We want to have fun and enjoy each other’s company. We spend our nights watching movies and drinking wine, and the days lounging in the park next to the big pond by her house. Tanya tells […]

HESP April 1, 2018

I always saw books as bridges, crossing through time and space. I see the authors building a bridge to transfer the thoughts they see, the scenes they imagine, or the situations they have lived through, to other people scattered across the world. I never thought I would be a writer or a journalist for that […]