Hunger Inside My Queer Body
“I wanted to be like that: hard and boney, a body full of fuck-you’s.”
Healthy and strong.
The Thin Woman
Comparison is the thief of joy
no power, no control.
Genevieve Hudson is the author of the story collection Pretend We Live Here, A Little in Love with Everyone and the forthcoming novel Boys of Alabama. Her writing has been supported by the Fulbright Program, Caldera Arts, the MacDowell Colony, and the Vermont Studio Center. @genhudson
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