The Ghost on the Zoom Call
Including my mother, we inhabit seven squares. At the beginning of each Zoom session, my mother asks who we are.
Judy Bolton-Fasman’s essays and reviews have appeared in major newspapers including the New York Times and literary magazines such as McSweeney’s, Brevity, Cognoscenti, The Rumpus, A recent essay in Signal Mountain Review has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She is the Alonzo G. Davis Fellow for Latinx writers at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts and has been the Erin Donovan Fellow in Non-Fiction at the Mineral School. Her memoir, "Asylum: A Memoir of Family Secrets” is forthcoming in the fall of 2021 from Mandel Vilar Press.
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