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Dana Tommasino’s Last Dance: a beautiful new piece at Brevity

14 Mar

“Whoever our queer ghosts were that night, I leaned into them and whispered to their necks that we’d do better, that we’d feed each other and glimmer. It was all in the lush twinge of that opening, that song that bore us, was in us: hard-ghosted desire, last chances, lifting.”

(We love Dana’s writing, and we love Brevity.)

 

Read the rest at Brevity.

 

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