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Jaws: A Film Score Essay

by John Dos Passos Coggin

A brief appreciation of John Williams’ score to the 1975 Steven Spielberg film Jaws. I discuss my discovery of the music, analyze a selection of cues, and consider the music’s legacy. Film scoring is an underappreciated art and I hope my affection for the craft shines through in my writing. Jaws is also special because it was probably the first movie I fell in love with.



World War Baby: Day One

by Julius St. Clair

Throughout history, there is one job that transcends all others in difficulty…parenting.

Likened to war in every way, one man becomes a stay-at-home dad for their newborn infant, as his wife happily goes to work, knowing of the trials he will soon face.

Crawling through the trenches between the bedroom and the kitchen to get a snack without being seen, avoiding chemical bomb diapers, and trying to get over the fact that the enemy is so gosh darn cute, this father will soon learn that all is fair in love and war…and babies.

It is Day One. Welcome to the Resistance.

This is a short story series.



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