By Lacy Warner

Lacy Warner is a recent graduate of the Columbia MFA Nonfiction program. She writes theatre criticism for both Brooklyn Magazine and Chance Magazine, and penned the weekly column, "Sex, Love and Brooklyn," for The L Magazine. She is currently working on a memoir about her childhood spent following her American Diplomatic parents from one disaster zone to another. She has great hair. Follow her on Twitter @laceoface.

  1. I have four sets of my grandmother's dentures displayed on a porcelain plate on my dresser. I carried them back from her funeral in Ireland on my lap in a velvet bag. My mother found the bag of fake teeth while we were packing up my grandmother's room and jokingly asked if I wanted them. I didn’t think twice before I said yes. When I bring a date home to spend the night, the dentures…

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