“I do not tell him that sometimes when he touches my breasts I feel very sad.”
"Lucid and sophisticated.” —The Guardian
Arielle Robbins studies fiction at the low residency MFA program at the Institute of American Indian Arts. Arielle Robbins is a writer, activist, and organizer. Arielle's collection of short stories, “Nothing To Do With Explosions,” won best creative thesis at UC Davis, and she received a Tomales Bay Fellowship, and was a two-time finalist for WritingXWriters. Her work can be found at Catapult, 99 Pine Street, and elsewhere. She is working on her first novel.