Author Archives: Sean Christopher Lewis

Sean Christopher Lewis

Sean Christopher Lewis' work has won the Kennedy Center's Rosa Parks Award, the NNPN Smith Prize, a Barrymore Award and the William Inge Fellowship. He is also a contributor to NPR'S This American Life.

I Was 16

I was 16 in 1994. I had a crush on a girl at my high school named Stacy. She was two years older — blonde hair, a grunge band on her t-shirt and a constant half-smile on her face — and it goes without saying that she had absolutely no interest in me.

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