On Signs and Solitary Women; or, Why I Kept the Bureau for Myself
“Was I meant to get that desk just to show a stranger the course of her life?”
Maybe I’m tired, maybe I had a bad day;There’s something wrong with me.
It feels like a weapon.
Tallulah Pomeroy is an English illustrator and writer. She graduated from Falmouth School of Art in 2014. Hallelujah I’m a Bum, a book of Callie Garnett’s poems and Tallulah’s illustrations, was published by Ugly Duckling Presse in 2015. Her poetry has been published in Daniel Owens’s magazine Poems by Sunday, and Coldfront magazine. She now lives in Somerset.
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Sometimes I still think about my suits and the life I could have had. Now I work for myself, and my standard uniform is jeans and a T-shirt.