An Experiment in the Village
“I was amused, but I also registered that my privacy had been invaded.”
New YorkerSoda Noir
Liz Arnold's work can be found in Ninth Letter, Los Angeles Review of Books, The Paris Review online, The New York Times, and elsewhere. "Homebodies," her Nylon magazine column on eccentric homes, is based on her blog of the same name. She is a writer-in-residence in Brooklyn schools through Teachers & Writers Collaborative and sits on the board of its magazine. She lives in New York.
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