Author Archives: Deirdre Day-MacLeod

Deirdre Day-MacLeod

Deirdre Day-MacLeod has written everything from television commercials for dog biscuits to a dissertation on infanticide in 19th century England. Currently she's working on a collection of short fiction. Her work has appeared on Pop Matters, Taint, Slow Trains, Storyglossia, Pindeldyboz and others.

Navel Gazing

Halfway between head and genitalia, not strictly sexual, but, like Spears herself, "not that innocent" either, the belly button is a liminal marker.

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