Remembering the Bad Boys of My Youth Through Machine Gun Kelly
Like any good fantasy, my desire for all MGK represents is a guilty pleasure, not sustainable or practical.
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I wasn’t always as uninteresting as I am now
I’m out of place and I love it
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Alicia Andrzejewski is an Assistant Professor in William & Mary’s English Department. She is a scholar of early modern literature and culture; queer, feminist, and critical race theory; and the medical humanities. Her current book project, Queer Pregnancy in Shakespeare’s Plays, argues for the transgressive force of pregnancy in his oeuvre and the expansive ways in which early modern people thought about the pregnant body. Her work has appeared in The Boston Globe, The Chronicle, Literary Hub, and others. For more about her, visit her website, aliciaandrzejewskiphd.com.
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