Danielle Evans “Harvest” | Short Story #338

story: “Harvest”

author: Danielle Evans

year: 2010 from before you suffocate your own fool self

where: Quarantine

note: When I began this story, I thought it was going to be a first-person plural POV, but it surprised me into shifting into first-person singular.

a line: “Every time I call my house, even those times when I am calling because my mother has forgotten to pick me up or call me back or send me something necessary, she tells me she has just been thinking of me.”

theme(s): Intersectional feminism, race and class, motherhood, college


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