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The image makes the story.
It is an active choice to love my husband, a choice to remember he is more than the worst day of my life.
Camille was Jewish, had Jewish hair and was therefore suicidal.
After she left, I remember kneeling beside the bureau smelling my sister gone.
Laurie b. Frankel, award winning writer, video essayist, video essay, sketch comedy, video sketches, women are funny, seeking representation, feature length screenplay, novel, memoir, laurie frankel novel, laurie frankel memoir, literary publication, literary publications, literary journal author, literary writer, literary author, pushcart nominated, alaska quarterly review, Under the Sun literary magazine, the carolina quarterly, mochila review, new orleans review, the literary review, north american review, green mountains review, cimarron review, shenandoah literary, gulf stream magazine, belleville park pages, the pedestal magazine, smokelong quarterly, storyscape journal, sequestrum literature & art, Walker Percy Prize in Short Fiction, Walker Percy prize, winner walker percy prize in short fiction, Bridport Prize Finalist, Shortlisted, The Pinch Journal Literary Awards Finalist, Glimmer Train Finalist, Tampa Review Danahy Fiction Finalist, Arcadia Short Story Contest Finalist, Third Coast Fiction Contest Finalist, Fourth Genre Steinberg Essay Contest Finalist,
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