Three poems and an essay by alum Andy Young (poetry, ’11) appear as a special feature at storySouth:

Far from Her in Egypt under Curfew

We got babysitters
so we could go the Square, cut lemons for our scarves—
the small, thin triangular ones
she said were for people
of the Book. Wearing one,
you could be any one of the three
religions, she said, though
her Egyptian self is seen
as foreign: her clothes,

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