The one question everyone asks when they hear I've sailed the sea is, "Did you encounter any storms out there?" The answer to that, of course, is yes, we did. Yes, it was overwhelming. Yes, I was afraid. But I was also in awe, and in love with where I was and who I was with … Continue reading Going Aloft, Chapter 9
...in which we cross the Gulf Stream and enter the deep true blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Read it here.
And now, a small hiatus from Going Aloft. I am happy to announce that my essay, One Year on Masonboro Island, has been published by Eno Magazine, and is the featured essay of their fifth volume. Eno is the student-run magazine of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University, and has been putting … Continue reading Essay Featured in Eno Magazine
So this chapter, or rather an earlier rendition of it, was the one I submitted to my editor when she first approached me with the idea of publishing a story serially. I knew I wanted to write about my experience sailing, but at that time I only had a handful of rudimentary essays about various … Continue reading Going Aloft, Chapter 7
Chapter Six, in which we finally leave exposition behind and leave into the wild blue void of the Atlantic Ocean. Read it here!