Digital Distortions: Reflections on Zoom and Body Dysmorphia
We’ve spent quarantine in faulty mirrors, sparking negative feedback loops.
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Adam Dalva’s writing has appeared in The New York Review of Books, The Paris Review, and The Guardian. His graphic novel, Olivia Twist, was published by Dark Horse in 2019. Adam serves on the board of the National Book Critics Circle and is a book critic for Guernica Magazine and Publishers Weekly. He teaches Creative Writing at Rutgers University and Marymount Manhattan College. Adam is a graduate of NYU's Fiction MFA Program, where he was a Veterans Writing Workshop Fellow.
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