From San Juan, Puerto Rico, Bridget Kevane lives, works and writes in Bozeman, Montana. Her essay, “The Kiss,” was recently published in Hippocampus. Her work has also appeared in Brain, Child, Tablet, Los Angeles Review of Books and other venues.
If I could keep the crazies in one column and my brothers and sisters and parents in another, then we would all be safe. The older I got, however, the harder it was to keep the lines clean. They blurred.