Disorientation occurs when we lose our bearings, but it allows us to rethink our usual orientation to the world. How we reorient ourselves gives us a new sense of how things should be.
- Stranger in a Strange Land by Geoff Lloyd
- Questions I’ll Never Be Able to Answer by Ali Rosen
- I’m a Barbie Girl, Torn Between Two Worlds by Alyssa Taylor
- Beyond the Plate by Layna Elder
- Moroccan Opus: III. Dissonance (Ifrane/Fes) by Emily Aoki Yamashita
- They were. And then they weren’t by Megan Cordell
- Basking in the Basque by Delaney Harris
- first stroke by Ananya Garg
- Pasa by John Peterson
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