A Typical Day Avoiding Contamination

This could be post-apocalyptic fiction, but it isn’t.

Photo Courtesy of Macondos

I strap the mask onto my face, tucking its fasteners behind my ears. I adjust my glasses so that they rest on top of the cotton mask and everything stays in place together. My cell phone doesn’t know who I am anymore and cannot unlock itself for me. I pull on gloves, carefully sorting out what counts as sanitary…

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Leigh Fisher, MS

Leigh Fisher, MS

Brooklyn-based writer and poet. Instructional designer in NYC. Drinks books. Loves coffee. (In that order.) Has an MS from NYU in Integrated Design & Media.