ByLiz Blocker

Liz Blocker lives and writes in Boston, MA. Her plays have been produced at the New York International Fringe Festival and the HERE Arts Center. She is currently at work on a novel.

  1. There are things that my family has agreed not to talk about. Not formally and certainly not out loud, but through a selective, half-conscious telepathy that seems bred into each of us, along with brown eyes, guilt, and a propensity towards gaining weight. Weight, in fact, is one of many things we don’t talk about, as well as autism and whether it runs in the family (it does), sex (no one admits to having it),…

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