By Gabrielle Bellot

Gabrielle Bellot is a writer from Dominica. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The New York Times, Slate, Tin House, Guernica, VIDA, The Huffington Post, The Normal School, Lambda Literary, Autostraddle, and elsewhere. She is writing a novel.

  1. I feel, so often, that I have lost too many years by not having come out as transgender earlier in my life, yet the past also feels brief and momentary, the present ever-present. Everything becomes a moment.

    The world feels like it has gotten at once bigger and smaller, with all these transitions.

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