Why Playing Pointless Guessing Games Is Good for the Soul

Image: Le Penseur by Jean-David & Anne-Laure via Wikimedia Commons | Edited by Eve Peyser

My boyfriend Hudson and I were walking along a thin creek, a streak of water cutting through the barren desert landscape. Immersed in deep conversation, we paused for a moment to admire a white egret, dinosaur-like, walking in the water, and then got back to business.

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nyc native living in reno. read my writing in the new york times, nymag, vice, and more.

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