Fiction: It Doesn’t Matter Anymore

Anna and John clasp hands.

“We’re here to get tested,” she breathes.

A black woman sits behind the counter, her eyebrows uprooted in her own sorrows.

“Excuse me?” she asks. She didn’t hear; she takes out her white earbuds.

“We’re here to get tested.” John says continue reading →

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About Tanya Neufeld

Tanya Neufeld was born in upstate New York in 1992 but reared in Lausanne and Geneva, Switzerland on ski slopes and snobby European pretenses. She completed high school in Buenos Aires, Argentina and is currently studying English Literature and Creative Writing (among other things) at NYU in Manhattan. Hopes to someday write for a living.

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