Returning to the Road: The 60th anniversary of On the Road

Today marks the 60th anniversary of the publication of Kerouac's most famous literary work.

Travel: The Final Frontier

Already, the conversations I've had or been party to have illuminated my reasons for doing this project. I'm surrounded by people in their late teens to early twenties, that age when uncertainty about and anticipation for the future are measured in equal doses. Plans are being made, most of which will be abandoned within the next 4 years, if not the next 4 weeks.

The Roots of 10 Cities: the Road is Life

"Our battered suitcases were piled on the sidewalk again; we had longer ways to go. But no matter, the road is life." ~ Jack Kerouac After my junior year of college, I rewarded myself with my first tattoo: Up until that year, I had been getting a facial piercing for every semester I finished (yes, … Continue reading The Roots of 10 Cities: the Road is Life

I’m a man of means by no means

It's that time again. I'm 3 months out from my next move (plus a week), and I must make my decision. I've been dancing around two different cities in the same state, and as tends to be the way of it, the initial frontrunner was overtaken by the challenger, and now I know (as well … Continue reading I’m a man of means by no means