Nina LaCour

Nina LaCour grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her first job was at fourteen in an independent bookstore, and she has since worked in two others. She has tutored and taught in various places, from a juvenile hall to a private college. She now teaches English at an independent high school.
years of life: 1983 present


Jocelyn Alfaro Ramirezhas quoted5 months ago
“I do not mean the difficulty. I do not mean the sex. I mean there are too many failings. Not enough hope. Everything is despair. Everything is suffering. What I mean is don’t be a person who seeks out grief. There is enough of that in life.”
Jocelyn Alfaro Ramirezhas quoted5 months ago
It’s noon, and then it’s one. I keep looking at my phone because I don’t want the time to sneak up on me.

It’s two, and my body is heavy and sinking, and I can’t shake the feeling that everything is ending all over again; only it’s worse this time because I know what awaits me when it’s over.
Jocelyn Alfaro Ramirezhas quoted5 months ago
If our past selves got a glimpse of us now, what would they make of us?


Luís Meloshared an impression5 months ago
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