Wearing My Grief On My Sleeve
And somewhere in there, as my hands ached from the work, I began to grieve
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Jessica L. Pavia is a Pushcart Prize–nominated creative nonfiction writer based in Rochester, NY. You can find her work on Roxane Gay's The Audacity, the Columbia Journal, and as a columnist for Write or Die Magazine. She has an MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College.
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