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But how do you really feel: A self(ie) portrait through haikus

Local government came and ate all our lunches. Subtle corruption. Woke up dark and cold and there it was: stye. in. eye. Bodes well for the day. I slept to survive the twisting and lurching road. Thanks, melatonin. At a rest stop, I … Continue reading

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A series of haikus about a series of events.

He chose the cafe. “I cannot work here,” he whined. A group move ensued. We began at last. But when his phone rang he left. Captive audience. He watched us standing by our two heavy boxes. Thanks for all your … Continue reading

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Piecing Together the Nepal Project

I wrote a blog post that was featured on VaxTrac’s website about our work in Nepal. I’m posting it here too because I haven’t yet gone into detail about the work we do at VaxTrac. Enjoy! Part I: Vial to … Continue reading

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