I was a mother and now I am only someone who was one, who no longer knows who she is and what she is, if she can no longer be that.
Danielle (she/her/hers) is an MFA alum and professor of disability/queer rhetoric at Chapman University. She has a fear of commitment in regard to novel writing and an affinity for wiener dogs. Her work has been published by Lunch Ticket, Vassar Review, Hobart, Split Lip, Redivider, etc. and is forthcoming in The Florida Review. Follow her on Twitter: @danielleshorr. Follow her on Instagram: @danielleshorr.