Alone, Together: Charlotte Druckman
October 12, 2016
It’s our last essay reading in this Lonely Hour mini-series. First, though, a little housekeeping:
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Now: hoodies. Writer Charlotte Druckman loves them, so much she wrote an ode to them for our Alone, Together essay series over the summer. Listen to her recite a portion of “A Hoodie Is a Haven” below, and read the rest of it here.
The Lonely Hour #13: Charlotte Druckman's 'A Hoodie Is a Haven' by The Lonely Hour