Why is Morning Sickness Called Morning Sickness?

Call it what it is, when it lasts all day and night. Here’s a column about its possible end, cat politics, Korean dramas, and crying. “Bear Our Angry Faces.”

She holds a tomato in her hand like a grenade. She says the baby is gurgling inside of her.

Also check out Our Island of Epidemics in Michael Czyzniejewski’s top 10 list on the Dzanc Books blog and on the new PANK site. Sweet.

Alexander Chee’s story, “My Next Move,” is this week’s GMP fiction feature.


Author: Matthew Salesses


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