A white, male graduate student from America's upper middle class makes the most of his impressively large PLUS loan in a Spanish language immersion program chaperoned by Middlebury College. Set in Madrid and compiled of journal entries, e-mail messages, Facebook exchanges, and a meticulous running log, The Reflections of Nobody Certain is half memoir, half chronicle, and half testimony or, simply put, a memcronimony. Through hazy details, rough translations, loose references, and plenty of quotations, this collection of narratives recounts seven months of European (mis)adventures and one month of halftime stateside. With topics ranging from ham legs to marathon training, The Reflections of Nobody Certain is goofy, sarcastic, nostalgic, drunken, American, dry, existential, skeptical, schizophrenic, and ironical all in one. Please enjoy irresponsibly.