Jess Zimmerman is a writer and editor who lives with a dog and a human in Brooklyn. She has written for Hazlitt, the New Republic, the Guardian, the Hairpin, the Toast, Aeon, and others, and identifies as Chaotic Good. She subtweets at @j_zimms.
“Medusa’s ugliness grew and grew, becoming something greater than herself but still part of her legend.”
“It’s not that we don’t remember what it was like before the sound. If you asked us, we could tell you.”
“When women grab for space men thought reserved for their use alone, those men will surely call us foul.”
“Someday he’ll meet a fate I didn’t think of, and that will be my fault, too.”
“I can’t zoom in far enough to see if we were happy, or sad, or changing, or lying to ourselves.”
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