By Susannah Dainow

Susannah is a writer-lawyer/lawyer-writer currently based in Toronto. She dreams of truthfully using the phrase "she divides her time." She tweets here and her under-construction website is here.

  1. In my third year of law school, I began to remember things I had spent most of my life forgetting. My attention fractured into a thousand glass splinters, each one cutting. I was assailed with strange images. With the images came disconnection, as if I was watching what was in front of me on a screen. Then, incongruously, a pervasive sense of threat, the shadows of my apartment stalking me.

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