Nudists Always Play Volleyball
Undressing at the nudist resort.
Here I am, in all my flawed humanness, and I am content.
Emma Sloley’s work has appeared in Yemassee journal, the Tishman Review, Lunch Ticket, Structo, and the Masters Review Anthology, among many others. She is a MacDowell fellow and her debut novel, DISASTER’S CHILDREN, will be published by Little A books on November 5, 2019. Born in Australia, Emma now divides her time between the US and the city of Mérida, Mexico. You can find her on Twitter @Emma_Sloley and www.emmasloley.com
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