Tag Archives: Danusha Lameris

“Names” by Danusha Laméris

What happens to the ones that fall out of favor: the Dorises and Archibalds, the Theodores and Eunices? They all had their day, once roamed the earth in multitudes alongside Gerties and Wyatts— at least one in every classroom. Names … Continue reading

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“Fictional Characters” by Danusha Lameris

Do they ever want to escape? Climb out of the white pages and enter our world? Holden Caulfield slipping in the movie theater to catch the two o’clock Anna Karenina sitting in a diner, reading the paper as the waitress … Continue reading

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