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Jessica Hudgins’s writing appears in New South, Indiana Review, and Prelude, and is forthcoming in Peripheries. She currently lives and works in Athens.
“Aunt Steph got ugly after Gammy died, although people were often ugly to her first.” In this short story, a woman reflects on a series of charmed summers before loss descended.
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