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Yo Te Veo

This is my latest short story “Yo Te Veo.” It was published in Craft literary magazine after winning second place in their 2020 Short Fiction Prize, judged by the wonderful Alexander Chee.

If you go to the link you’ll find the story, a note from me on the behind the scenes crafting of it, and a humbling and wonder inducing introduction by thee Mr. Chee. I’m so glad to have this story out in the world, and hope you enjoy.

Yo Te Veo

P.S. A little bonus, if you care to listen, I put together a musical playlist on Spotify inspired by the story. Look me up!

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Tags: 2020 Short Fiction Prize, 2nd place, Alexander Chee, communication, connecting, Craft literary magazine, language, Rachel Pollon, seeing, short story, writing, Yo Te Veo

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