College Writing

Women's Words on June 22, 2014 featured Duluthian Jocelyn Pihlaja reading her short story, "Sweet Like Sugar," about having her daughter's friend, who has juvenile diabetes, spend the night at a sleepover.

6/22 Women's Words: Jocelyn Pihlaja

When Jocelyn headed off to college, she avowed, "I'm going to be a lawyer." Then she took her first political science class and was forced to concede, "Except I hate this stuff."

Women's Words on June 15, 2014 featured Duluthian Jocelyn Pihlaja reading her short story, "Nice Day for a White Wedding."

6/15 Women's Words: Jocelyn Pihlaja

When Jocelyn headed off to college, she avowed, "I'm going to be a lawyer." Then she took her first political science class and was forced to concede, "Except I hate this stuff."

Women's Words on April 13, 2014 featured Duluthian Jocelyn Pihlaja's short story, "Fourteen Years Since the Blue Moon," recollecting the difficult months leading up to her oldest child's birth.

4/13 Women's Words: Jocelyn Pihlaja

When Jocelyn headed off to college, she avowed, "I'm going to be a lawyer." Then she took her first political science class and was forced to concede, "Except I hate this stuff."

Women's Words on January 12, 2014 featured Duluthian Jocelyn Pihlaja's fond memories of a visit to the Greek ruins at Efes during her 2010 sabbatical in Turkey.

1/12 Women's Words: Jocelyn Pihlaja

When Jocelyn headed off to college, she avowed, "I'm going to be a lawyer." Then she took her first political science class and was forced to concede, "Except I hate this stuff."