(CNF, Written by Jessica Weyrauch) (***names have been changed outside of my own) It was the night of my friend Chris’s 21st birthday. It was unfortunately also Halloween, my least favorite holiday besides St. Patrick’s. I was a big fan of organized drinking, don’t get me wrong, but as a general rule, I try to […]More
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‘Water by the Spoonful’, IndyFringe, Wisdom Tooth Theatre Project, October 2015 Let’s Raise an Empty Glass Anyone who says, “our past defines us,” would find himself/herself in an argument with the writer of the heart-wrenching narrative of Water by the Spoonful. Indy Fringe and director Ronn Johnston bring us a play about hope, family, […]More
(Written by Jessica Weyrauch, inspired by the work of Megan Stielstra, 2015) You spent most every night alone. You are objectively bad with social situations, so you avoid them at all costs. You prefer fictional characters to real people. You wear glasses. Your hair is always frizzy and uncombed. You don’t really like make-up. You […]More
(Written/Interviewed for class at Ball State University) Transcript of Conversation JW: Good afternoon, My name’s Jessica Weyrauch and I’m a student at Ball State University in central Indiana. We briefly communicated on Twitter (my handle is @jessicayrock) a while back. I’m a creative writing student taking an ‘apprentice’ course. We had to choose an […]More
(Fiction, Written for class at Ball State University, 2013) You never think that falling in love is going to happen to you. You tell yourself that it’s not in the cards. At this age it’s just supposed to be about sex, right? I’m 17 years old. What more could anyone want from me? I work […]More