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Believing that it is with the genre of creative non-fiction that I can most accurately narrate my experience, I use this writing to explore themes of appetite, disability, and desire in my life. Perhaps best summarized as "chasing honesty, in writing," my work seeks to ground abstract thought in tangible moments, treating those moments as key contexts in which to ask complex spiritual questions without answering them.
Sanders, Julia, "But the Flesh Is: A Collection of Essays" (2007). Honors Projects and Presentations: Undergraduate. 254.