The water was everywhere. His arms were red and blue. His hands curled purple at the fingertips. He peeled at his arms, hands, and in the hug of his fingers. He peeled until he couldn’t peel. Until his skin was red with the sting of acrylics. Then he shoved his arms under the faucet and lathered them in warm water and soap. You’re going to be late! He heard from below. He … [Read more...]
Suhasini Yeeda is a writer, visual artist, and an unapologetic addict of cooking competition shows. She is a first generation Indian-American who grew up in Dallas, Texas. She is the Assistant Web Editor/Distributor for No Tokens Journal. She graduated with her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2015. Her debut story Dream State was published at the Madcap Review in 2016 and subsequently nominated for the Pushcart Prize XLI.