A Conversation with Kelly Sundberg
“I don’t feel fear when I write about the abuse; I just feel that the writing is necessary.”
GuernicaBest American Essays 2015.Goodbye, Sweet Girl,
A Field Guide to Getting Lost
Hannah Rozenblat is a writer born and raised in New York. She is a former Catapult intern and is currently working on her Master's degree in Art History at Hunter. Her work has been published in the YU Journal of Fine Arts, Olivetree Review, New Voices, and other places.
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