I’m often nervous to see a piece of my writing in the wild, and so I didn’t re-read this one until today. It’s not bad. Short and dense with ideas about feminism and art history, as well as medieval medical history, the preservation architecture of the Louvre, and most of all – I hope – some strong feelings.
All that other stuff is nothing but fluff without the feelings.
Read “When Mona Lisa Speaks” in Blood Tree Literature: Issue 6:
2 thoughts on “When Mona Lisa Speaks”
First, I didn’t know the Mona Lisa was behind glass. (I know, where have I been?) Second, it’s an awesome read!
Thank you so much, Priscilla!