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  1. Melinda
    July 18, 2019

    I love the precise detail here, and the way you are able to convey this incredibly memorable, almost unbelievable moment, in one intense paragraph.

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  2. Miriam Readling
    July 18, 2019

    I love how this story captures the magic of childhood…a moment that stands alone in time. It made me laugh out loud and think fondly back on my own “glass eye moment” which in my case, was a girl who ate a slug.

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  3. Adam Maciejewski
    July 18, 2019

    We just got done reading this flash nonfiction piece for our Syracuse University creative nonfiction class — your piece demonstrated a deft use of understatement that created the perfect tone for this childlike piece. Well written!

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  4. Joan Fitzpatrick
    July 18, 2019

    I found this story to be a perfect embodiment of childhood in relation to any kind of disability and how children view it.

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