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Love and Graffiti by Shea Sullivan
About the Author: Shea Sullivan is a life-long writer living in upstate New York. As a late-blooming queer person, she enjoys writing about complex characters coming into themselves and finding comfort in being exactly who they are.
Shea’s day jobs in computer programming and middle management have molded her into the patient, sarcastic, big-hearted, frustrated human she is today, but it’s what she does outside the 9-5 that really excites her. When she’s not writing, she can be found painting, napping, making quilts, watching documentaries, and trying not to adopt more animals, usually with a cup of tea in hand.
“When you think of me, what do you…?” I hardly know what I’m asking. I feel young, suddenly, more uncertain than I have in a long time. “Do you think I’m…?” Disconnected? Corporate? Boring?
Alix turns their head and I can just see them in the soft light through the window. They blink slowly, then smile. “Is it a two-for-one crisis Friday? She really got under your skin, huh?”
“Shut up,” I grumble, poking them in the side. “There’s just. I used to do more, when we were younger. I used to be more fun.”