Amy Gall

Amy Gall received her MFA in fiction from The New School in 2012. Her work has been published in, among others, Lambda Literary, The Frisky, Wilde Magazine, Poets & Writers, and is forthcoming in the anthology Queer Landscapes. She is currently working on a novel about cryonically frozen lesbians. 


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Going the Distance: Michelle Orange’s “This is Running for Your Life”
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