Reading Stephen King’s ‘It’ As a Child Confused My Sense of Justice
Like Pennywise the Clown, I too was stealing childhood from those who had more of it than I did.
was probably deserved it
This must be the one with the stolen objects
Dear Diary thanksgiving is only 6 days away and my mom and dad at the party together I am afraid that they will fight I hope it’s okay.
Sydney Hegele (they/them) (formally Sydney Warner Brooman) is the author of The Pump (Invisible Publishing 2021). They are the winner of the 2022 ReLit Literary Award for the best Canadian books published by independent presses, and a finalist for the 2022 Trillium Book Award. Sydney is also a Tin House Summer Workshop Alumnus (2021). They live with their fiancé and their French bulldog in Toronto, Canada. Their Twitter account is @sydneyhegele.
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