Grandma and me.

Lunch counters. Bolts of satin. Another 7 years without your Grandma.

In other words, what you write when you’re asked how you write

Two months ago, somebody asked “how do you write? What is your process?” Questions you’d forgotten about until today, when somebody else asked. And you remembered this from January.

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Unapologetically Black. THAT mom. I put words on the page, and sometimes, they do stuff.

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