Electric Literature: A Perfect Body Wasn’t the Right Shape For Me

Electric Literature: A Perfect Body Wasn’t the Right Shape For Me

“Public Parts” by Dayna Mahannah For the first hour, I sat alone on a stool with my cheese slices, enclosed in a private corner nook of classroom A046, wearing pool sandals and a trench coat. I could overhear the students introducing themselves. For some, it was their first life drawing class; others were charcoal-cuticled vets. […]

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“Public Parts” by Dayna Mahannah

For the first hour, I sat alone on a stool with my cheese…