Mikaella Clements

Mikaella Clements’s writing has appeared in Lithub, The Lifted Brow Review of Books, Overland Literary Journal, and more. She is currently working on her first novel, a literary rom-com co-written with her wife.


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A Queer Pilgrimage to Crema

Mikaella Clements goes to Crema, Italy, the setting of Luca Guadagnino’s lush film adaptation of André Aciman’s “Call Me by Your Name.”...

A Queer Pilgrimage to Crema
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