Leave Out the White Nights: Witness, Voice, and Collective Unrest
“There is, in politics as in writing, the seductive idea that ‘I’ can somehow transcend ‘we.’”
The New York Times
White Nights in Split Town CityTime
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I am your voiceTime
White Nights, I am your voice.
Ann DeWitt is the author of White Nights in Split Town City, published by Tyrant Books. She is a fiction writer, essayist and critic. Her writing has appeared in Granta, Tin House, The Believer, Guernica, Esquire, BOMB, NOON, Electric Literature, Bookforum, art+culture, and The Faster Times, among other publications. She holds a B.A. from Brown University and an M.F.A. in Fiction from Columbia School of the Arts where she currently teaches. Please follow her here: https://talllikethreeapples.wordpress.com.
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