Michael Penn Free-for-All by Christie Wilson
We are bones, liquid, and organs sealed in skin and sent off into the world to do the best we can, sent off to create some sense of meaning. Our brains pave private pathways culling the materials for our internal architecture from our perceptions and interactions with others, even fictional others because not everyone who helps us fall into who we are possesses a tangible body. I met the narrator of Michael Penn’s Free-for-All when I was fourteen.
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