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Oriana Tang is a recent graduate of Yale University, the 2019 recipient of the Victor Howes Poetry Prize, a 2015 Davidson Fellow, and a 2015 Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Her work has appeared in the Yale Literary Magazine, BRINK: A Review of Books, Plan A Magazine, the Yale Review of International Studies, and elsewhere. She grew up in New Jersey.
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“The rising voices wanted to twist arms. The violence of their speech spread across her shoulders, inched down her backside.” A young woman struggles to have an abortion.
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