The Chaos of the Void in Zia Anger’s I Remember Nothing

The Chaos of the Void in Zia Anger’s I Remember Nothing

Image credit: Zia Anger My first epileptic seizure happened on a Saturday morning when I was nine years old. I remember the sudden, painful oppressiveness of light and sound and a sharp headache that had me looking towards the ground and wanting to bury my head under...
Anne Émond: Exploring Identities Through Women’s Bodies

Anne Émond: Exploring Identities Through Women’s Bodies

“What do you see when you look in the mirror? I see the scar above my lip from chicken pox, my mother’s smile and I hear my high school friend screaming out my nickname,  ‘cheekbones.’ When I look in the mirror I see my crooked teeth and my hairy arms. I strain to see...