Narrative Magazine’s Friday Feature: Emily Raboteau’s ‘The Structure of Bubbles’

“The bad feeling sat in my stomach like one of those toys in a capsule Bernie and I used to get out of the gumball machine at ShopRite while our mother sorted through coupons for Palmolive and raisin bran. Back home, we’d drop the plastic pill in a glass of water, and a sponge in the shape of a dinosaur would magically unfurl before our eyes. But I couldn’t tell my aunt that on account of whatever she might reveal, I was pregnant with dinosaur dread…”

 

EMILY RABOTEAU READS TONIGHT AT THE FRICK FINE ARTS AUDITORIUM

8:30 PM

FREE/OPEN TO THE PUBLIC