A summer child, I was born silent. Contemplative of the firefly, which I knew I would [as we all], sooner or later, become. Aware of […]
[A Letter for You in Your Second Childhood] My sweet grandmother, édes nagymamám––a memory for you is a splintered reliving. Now at 96, you exist […]
Two poems by Mackenzie Schubert.
I am a recent graduate of the William Paterson University in New Jersey, where I studied English, writing, psychology, and Japanese. I write to navigate the complexities of personhood.