After stitching the incision, the dermatologist told me I wouldn’t be able to bathe for two weeks. I might have declined the procedure if I had known beforehand. The cyst was high on the back of my thigh, not visible in most situations, and the physician said there was little danger of malignancy. How could… [Read More]
Garnett Kilberg Cohen
Garnett Kilberg Cohen has published three books of fiction, most recently Swarm to Glory (Wiseblood 2014). Her prose has appeared in The Gettysburg Review, Black Warrior Review, Brevity, The Rumpus, and in other publications. Her awards include The Crazyhorse Fiction Prize, the Lawrence Foundation Prize from the Michigan Quarterly Review, and two Notable Essay citations from Best American Essays. She is a professor at Columbia College Chicago and the co-editor of Punctuate, A Nonfiction Journal.