[EPUB] ✷ At a Crossroads ✼ Kate T. Williamson – Airdomains.co.uk

At a Crossroads After Graduating From College And Spending A Magical Year Abroad Writing The Best Selling A Year In Japan, Kate T Williamson Felt Ready For Anything But, Like Many A Postgraduate, She Needed Some Time To Figure Out Just What That Anything Was Her Parents House In Pennsylvania Seemed Like The Perfect Place For A Brief Layover, But Twenty Three Months Later, Williamson Was Still Contemplating The Past And The Future, While Explaining To Curious Neighbors That, At Present, Her Life Was At A Crossroads At A Crossroads Is A Unique Graphic Memoir About The Common, Yet Little Discussed, Boomerang Years With Sharp Wit And Expressive Drawings, Williamson Illustrates The Joys, Disappointments, Comforts, And Embarrassments Of Life Back Home With Mom And Dad Highlights And Low Points Include Celebrating Her Twenty Fourth Birthday At A Hall Oates Concert With Her Mother Noticing The Train Sounds From Her Bedroom For The First Time Battling An Infestation Of Squirrels Discovering That The Ballet Class She Has Signed Up For Is Actually For Children, And Attending Anyway Getting Mail From Her College Crush, Who Has Developed An Interest In Taxidermy Wearing A Chain Mail Belt Of Her Own Creation To Her Cousin S Renaissance Themed Wedding Moving From Season To Season, Williamson Uses Her Delightful Illustrations And Vivid Descriptions To Discover The Beauty And Truth Inside Every Hilarious Episode At A Crossroads Is A Book For Young And Old Alike, Or For Anyone Contemplating The Little Things Worth Noting In The Times Of Our Lives We Often Erase From Our Histories.

10 thoughts on “At a Crossroads

  1. says:

    This is an issue that so many are facing todayreturning to the nest because building your own nest is not possible Kate Williamson takes us into her life on hold as she tries to find her way in the world a...

  2. says:

    personal, quiet, amateurish, mundane, understated, likable, very subtly poetic

  3. says:

    omg i loved how fucking relatable this was basically kate is 24 moves back in with her parents after college for what is supposed to be a few months but ends up staying a bit longer than initially planned what is so relatable, and i honestly think it will be to anyone, at most any age, is how many times kate is basically confronted by her neighbors and peers about what she is doing with her life, and what her plans are and why she s still in her parents house and is she dating anyone a omg i loved how fucking relatable this was basically kate is 24 moves back in with her parents after college for what is supposed to be a few months but ends up staying a bit longer than initially planned what is so relatabl...

  4. says:

    This autobiographical graphic novel takes us through a 2 year period when the narrator lives back in her parents house after college while she s writing a book and thinking about what to do next I really like the pace of it funny chatty small anecdotes about her childhood room, various concerts she attends, her obsession with Hall and...

  5. says:

    A graphic memoir illustrated with little text about post college crossroads As someone who has temporarily boomeranged back into their parents house for several months between adventures, I could relate to almost al...

  6. says:

    Lovely.

  7. says:

    This book is so mundane it s mundane Williamson s emotional life feels inaccessible and the memoir seems to be about stalwart ordinariness or else just being way out of touch with one s own emotional and intellectual processes Or, there is a fierceness to Williamson s protection of her inner processes and her right to claim her unsophisticated taste for music and daily activity What makes this book work for me as much as it can work is her wonderful sense of humor and her quiet sense of the a This book is so mundane it s mundane Williamson s emotional life feels inaccessible and the memoir seems to be about stalwart ordinariness or else just being way out of touch with one s own emotional and intellectual processes Or, there is a fierceness to Williamson s protection of her inner processes and her right to claim her unsophisticated taste for music and daily activity What makes this book work for me as much as it can work is her wonderful sense of humor and her quiet sense of the absurd and of completely unsublime awkwardness Signing up for a ballet class she thinks is for adults and then finding hersel...

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    Kate T Williamson came back from Japan to work on her book A Year in Japan and remained at a crossroads for a little over a year while she lived with her parents and planned what to do next It s a weird place to be back in one s old room, among people who knew you when and not just family, but friends, neighbors, etc , answering uncomfortable questions about what you re doing with your life This is what she did, what her life was like, how the seasons passed during that time.I know ex Kate T Williamson came back from Japan to work on her book A Year in Japan and remained at a crossroads for a little over a year while she lived with her parents and planned what to do next It s a weird place to be back in one s old room, among people who knew you when and not just family, but friends, neighbors, etc , answering uncomfortable questions about what you re doing with your life This is what she did, what her life was like, how the seasons passed during that time.I know exactly what Kate s going through sans the experience of trying to put together a book to publish my piece de resistance was cobbling together my applications for graduate school , and probably every 20 or 30 something will recognize this same meandering and indecision in themselves because we v...

  9. says:

    Reprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcenter.com I am the original author of this essay, as well as the owner of CCLaP it is not being reprinted illegally Yet another adorably cute graphic novel from an adorably cute 24 year old hipster containing not even the slightest single bit of substance whatsoever In this case, it s a record of the nearly two years the author spent living with her parents again as an adult, after getting back from a year in Asia and Reprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcenter.com I am the original author of this essay, as well as the owner of CCLaP it is not being reprinted illegally Yet another adorably cute graphic novel from an adorably cute 24 year old hipster containing not even the slightest single bit of substance whatsoever In this case, it s a record of the nearly two years the author spent living with her parents again as an adult, after getting back from a year in Asia and not knowing what to do with her life next but what could ve been a funny and wistful memoir about growing up or at least a bitter and illuminating one is instead an endless factual list of pointless minutia from this two year period, like literally reading an operations log from the most cutely quirky military ship in his...

  10. says:

    I loved this well crafted book I ve read several similar memoirs, and this one goes to show you that their success as books, not commercial success necessarily is about good writing and in this case good art, not about unique or exciti...

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