Tag: By Jay Caspian Kang
You’re My Only Home (a novel excerpt)By Jay Caspian Kang, Guest-Edited by Francisco Goldman
The mirror needs to be hung up at a height of 18 feet. The four-foot stepladder we borrowed from the Weisses comes up nine feet short, and climbing the low-hanging branches has not been as easy as I first imagined. The bark leaves a slippery residue on my palms and the needles tear away as easily as leper hair.