I wonder if my hatred of paper is just another form of mourning.
Encyclopedia of Phobias, Fears, and Anxieties
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Mickey Revenaugh (@mickeyrevenaugh, https://mickeyrevenaugh.com/) is a NYC-based writer whose work appears in Chautauqua, The Tishman Review, Louisiana Literature, Lunch Ticket, and The Thing Itself, among others. She was recently named Finalist for the 2017 Diana Woods Memorial Award in Creative Nonfiction. Mickey has an MFA from Bennington, an MBA from NYU, and a BA from Yale.
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