“What does it mean when your body is your art? Can a thicker brush not make just as beautiful strokes?”
Journalist and essayist on medicine, mothering, the environment, arts, and history. Bylines: New York magazine, Literary Hub, Washington Post, Refinery29, Scientific American, Undark Magazine, Pacific Standard, Quartz, and JSTOR Daily.
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