Anomaly #31 :: Citizenship and its Discontents

When I first set out to curate a selection of writing at the edges of Americanness and belonging, I had thought I would attract more stories about being the children of refugees, or transnational adoptees, or people on the wrong side of a visa. But the essays, poems and creative nonfiction pieces I received were … Continue reading Anomaly #31 :: Citizenship and its Discontents