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  • The Unexpected Perks of Flatting During COVID-19
  • Ruby Solomon (bio)

The world flipped its sign from open to closed. I'm 6,714 miles from home in a place that tastes familiar. At night, I dream about my mother. It goes like this: I, blindfolded, frantic. My mother, always out of reach.

When the sun rises, I bake bread and find I have fallen in love. [End Page 352]

Ruby Solomon

R. A. Solomon is an emerging writer based in Wellington, New Zealand, and San Luis Obispo, California. She writes poetry and short stories, and this past year she completed her Master's degree at Victoria University, where she wrote her first novel-length manuscript. In her spare time, she works as a freelance artist and a game developer.



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