A woman must have money and a room of her own, says Virginia Woolf. But a room just doesn’t feel like enough. I need more.
ROOM ENOUGH BY NATASHA NOAH 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 41
I’ve got it all planned out. With the lottery money, I can stay about two weeks in a nice hotel, figure out renting in the historic district, get set up and then move right in, paying the landlord for a year up front. I’ll try to find something furnished, but if I can’t, I’ll just rough it with some scrap furniture.
You are always surprised when you look back through her messages because being attached to people, like you had been attached to her, intimidated you.
INTIMACY INTIMIDATION BY AMANDA-MARIE HOWARD 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 41
I wanted to let you know how my day was going. You know, every day when we talk we always have these sorts of what-ifs about our lives. I had one today with my list. And I can tell you about my list, and my what-if, and you can tell me about yours.