Counting to Ten Without Numbers
My dyscalculia turns counting a difficult task. So, to get to know them, I turned numbers into people.
I have dyscalculia
Sarah McEachern reads and writes in Brooklyn, NY. Her recent work has been published in Five2One‘s #thesideshow, Potluck Mag, The Menteur, The Automata Review, Entropy, and The Spectucle's The Revue. She is currently a fellow with Wendy’s Subway, a non-profit reading and writing space.
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