Georgie Fehringer is an MFA candidate at the University of Iowa’s Nonfiction Writing Program and an Iowa Arts Fellow (2020-21). Their essays have appeared in The Black Warrior Review, The Chicago Review of Books, TIMBER, The Cleveland Review of Books, and The Amistad. They live in Iowa City, IA with their (very) clumsy cat Mushu. You can find their work at GeorgieFehringer.com.
Scodellaro’s characters have autonomy, know their comforts and desires, and find space and safety in the corners of forgotten places. They grieve on countertops, chewing ice and waiting for the return of a lover who has left for another.