Essays Nicole Zeige

Lost in a foreign country

Landscape picture of Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic.

The town of Cesky Krumlov in the Czech Republic was built in the thirteenth century.

By Nicole Ziege

Cesky Krumlov was exactly how I had envisioned. It was a little town in the Czech Republic built in the thirteenth century that appeared straight out of a Grimm’s Brothers Fairy Tale.

Feature Joseph Barkoff Long Reads

Wiley, like Calvin

By Joseph Barkoff

Flying with wasps, part 1

One last trick, showing off the skills that partially enabled his world travels. Climbing up, up, up, pushing the little-two-seat pearl sky blue 1947 Cessna 140 Taildragger to the point where most small, single engine planes would stall, around 45 mph or 39 knots, and then over, down, down, down, executing a negative-g maneuver.