September 2, 2021

Back on Track

By David Haldane September 2, 2021   His excitement was palpable. “Daddy,” he announced from the dimly lit screen of my cell phone, “I made a […]
July 15, 2021

Love Postponed

By David Haldane July 15, 2021     It all seemed so easy at first. Jared and Rei met online at a dating site called OkCupid; […]
July 1, 2021

Mandatory Jabs

By David Haldane June 30, 2021   He doesn’t always mean what he says. Then again, sometimes he does. Which is why Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s […]
June 2, 2021

Sitting in the Dark

By David Haldane June 2, 2021   There was something soothing about the dimness. Excited, we sat in eager anticipation of the experience to come; one […]
May 20, 2021

Joining the Resistance

By David Haldane May 20, 2021   The moment of truth came about 15 minutes in. There he was, standing in the frozen food section of […]
May 13, 2021

Escaping from a Test Tube

  By David Haldane May 13, 2021   My wife works in a space suit. She also dons rubber gloves, face mask, face shield, and tight-fitting […]
February 11, 2021

Still Playing Hooky

By David Haldane Feb. 11, 2021   It was a typical day. My 10-year-old son slept until 11 a.m. Then he got up, played games on […]
December 31, 2020

Adira in the Morning

By David Haldane Dec. 31, 2020   A gentle tapping on the shoulder. That’s how my mornings begin in these uncertain times. Eventually, I open my […]
December 18, 2020

The Pod

By David Haldane Dec. 17, 2020   In the culture of resistance, they call them cells. Small circles of like-minded comrades with little or no connection […]
December 3, 2020

Civil Disobedience

By David Haldane Dec. 3, 2020   The instructions couldn’t have been clearer. Reacting to an unprecedented spike in coronavirus cases just before Thanksgiving, the Governor […]
November 26, 2020

A C0VID Thanksgiving

By David Haldane Nov. 26, 2020   The timing was perfect. Less than a week before Thanksgiving–the quintessential American holiday during which families and friends gather […]
April 16, 2020

Gone

By David Haldane April 16, 2020   The email took me by surprise. “Helene Aylon,” its headline read, “1931-2020.” I stared at it, then quickly read […]