By Eileen Shields

Eileen Shields is an MFA candidate at UCRPD. Her essays have appeared in Los Angeles Review, The Rumpus, Alimentum, and Fiction Attic Press. She lives in Los Angeles, where she is working on a novel.

  1. I was killing time waiting for my daughter to meet me for dinner when I spotted the perfect leather jacket, adorning a headless mannequin in a fancy department store.

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