All That Is Lost and All That Is Remembered
Naz Riahi reflects on how the violent death of her father when she was a young girl impacted the rest of her life
kind and fiercely intelligentStudious and organized.
when Baba gets home, he’ll take care of this. He’ll deal with them. They’ll be sorry.
Naz Riahi is a writer, living in Brooklyn. This essay was adapted from her forthcoming memoir, Bad at Love. To learn about the book, find Naz on Instagram @nazriahi or sign up for her infrequent newsletter at nazriahi.com. Naz's writing has been published in Longreads, Guernica, Doré and The Fader.
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