Author Archives: Emily Meg Weinstein

Emily Meg Weinstein

Emily Meg Weinstein lives in Oakland, CA and writes the web site Lately, she has taken to climbing rocks instead of identifying them. For more information, please visit

If You Think You’re the Best

When I ascended to the den, pliers in hand, to watch the Americans go down in Lillehammer, I knew I didn’t want to go out like them.

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noise written in graffiti

I would have to try even harder to get back the silence, not for my own peace of mind but out of respect for the dead.

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Apprehension, or size 6 knee-length empire-waist strapless in burnt sienna silk shantung with pomegranate bow band

You would like to believe that the panic attack you had in Soho had nothing to do with the bridesmaid’s dress you selected moments before.

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