Lost and Found

In a brilliant bouquet of images, Katherine Page interprets the experience of feeling separate from one’s own body after sexual trauma. Page beautifully reimagines what constitutes one’s physical being and one’s sense of self. Amongst the shifting...

Why Didn’t I Tell?

Shelley Wolf Harris shares some of the details of her experience with rape many years ago, while other memories surrounding this event remain missing—yet that does not make her pain any less real. By placing herself in the context of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, Harris...

The Goldfish

Our earliest discoveries of violence often hold a unique gravity in our memories. In this burst of awareness, Shneiderman comes face to face with the vast potential of a man’s abuse of power over herself as a young girl. With rich details and characterization of...