I once had a student, Hamed, whose English was poor enough for him to prefer communicating via letters. Each class we exchanged letters about his family – some in Iran, some here in America – and of his wife, who stayed up late practicing her English against his schoolwork. Everyday in class he sat next […]
About Jessica Danger
Jessica Danger lives, writes, and teaches in Southern California with her family. She holds an MFA from Bennington College in Vermont. Her work has been published in several journals, including Gold Man Review, Thin Air Magazine, and Mud City Journal. She was recently shortlisted for the Iowa Review Nonfiction Prize judged by Eula Biss.