Published in Ellipsis, 2004

Published in Wilde Frauen

An anthology of women writers featuring Isabel Allende, Joyce Carol Oates, Margaret Atwood and Pam Houston and a foreword by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, 1996

EXCERPT  |  Chris and I have been going out for a month. It’s as if I have no past. Chris doesn’t ask. I haven’t told any of my old stories, the significant events of my life. We wipe the dust off the silver glass of our lives and pretend it’s insight. But it’s just a reflection. I can’t see him, only my poor, pitiful self.

-Published in Ellipsis; previously published in Wilde Frauen, Wilhelm Heyne, Munich

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