I wonder why her clothes look like the insides of my arms.
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I wrote What’s on the Menu in the passenger seat of a 2014 Hyundai Accent during the summer of 2016 over the course of six trips to and from Treasure Island, Florida.
There is deep shame in being unwanted. There is deeper shame in wanting to be chosen again.
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The people below us look small, but up close we know the size and weight of them.
There’s just no saving this.
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One of the reasons I adore fiction is that it can do two things no other art can: deep consciousness and extended, textured language.
“No one knows what’s going on in here.” He pointed to his chest or his head, I don’t remember.