Category: Sarah Perry

MidnightSnack

Here’s my food post: I eat in the night. This used to be an occasional thing, but I’ve come to realize it’s every night, now. I get up around 2:30 or 3 a.m. to pee, like an elderly person, every single night. And almost every single night, on my way back to bed, I HAVE […]

ProspectPark

Today, I tried to write something about Boston. I had so much trouble figuring out what I wanted to say. I sat at my kitchen table for most of the morning, working it out. I got stuck. I took a break and went on a run. I’m into the idea of long-distance tributes and putting […]

A shout-out to my friends in Troop B. Sometimes I insist not everything in Maine is picturesque, but this is honestly where the homicide detectives work.

Today, more on those research papers mentioned on Thursday. Please forgive me for using the Studiola to air some of the observations I’ve had in the past three years that might not make it into the book. I want to show the seams of the work I’ve been doing in the book itself – not […]

sarahperry

April’s curator at Nola Studiola Redux is Sarah Perry, known to me at first in my Baton Rouge days as Sarah “Tricky” Perry. Sarah is one of those people, like Drew Ervin and Rose Scholarina, who emanate a powerful aura of knowingness and kindness that I can’t really filter through an expositionary anecdote. (Well, Drew […]