Growing up, I was afraid of my body. My mother, who I have never seen break a sweat in my life, taught me that I was fragile and sickly, that the more I used my body, the weaker I would become and that the only safe place to live was inside my brain.Read More
Amy Gall’s work has appeared in Tin House, Vice, Glamour, Guernica, Brooklyn Magazine, PANK, Joyland and The LA Review of Books, among others. She earned her MFA in creative writing from The New School. She is currently working on her first novel.