Sina Queyras | Issue 17
In Rooms I explore this moment, and then the way in which my young self tried to grapple with and realize this awakening within the constructs of a heteronormative white, patriarchal, world.
Writing, and thinking, for me, is physical.
My desire to write is steeped not so much in the desire to tell a story — though it certainly includes that — but in a desire to represent the physicality at the root of the story.
Writing often feels more like dance, or performance, in my own work, yes, but even when I am thinking, critiquing, and discussing it…
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