Articles by Joyce Hinnefeld

September 16, 2013

Rare Talent, Imperfect Art 10

The writer — forced into a seemingly endless series of student conferences and reading a seemingly endless pile of student poems and stories and essays — sacrificing herself. Maybe there’s no getting around the exhaustion part of it all. At least, maybe, we can be tired but respected.

August 2, 2011

Why Rent? On Our Lost Pursuit of Property 5

We can try to keep realizing westward, but unfortunately, some things are simply finite. Would that the ownership of property — of land, of moving water — were as simple as what “Why Rent?” ads or political rhetoric about home ownership imply.