Cheryl Klein

About Cheryl Klein

Cheryl Klein

Cheryl Klein’s column, “Hold it Lightly,” appears monthly(ish) in MUTHA. She is the author of a story collection, The Commuters (City Works Press), and a novel, Lilac Mines (Manic D Press). Her stories and essays have appeared in Blunderbuss, The Normal School, Razorcake, and several anthologies. Her work has been honored by the MacDowell Colony and the Center for Cultural Innovation. She blogs about the intersection of art, life and carbohydrates at breadandbread.blogspot.com. Follow her on Twitter: @meadowbat.



Author Archives: Cheryl Klein

The Red Zone

June 20th, 2019 | by Cheryl Klein

There’s nothing like having a set of small square teeth sink into your skin to make you question everything.


Immaculate Assumptions: Food Babies I Have Carried

February 19th, 2019 | by Cheryl Klein

There was a guy I flirted with in English class, and I stayed awake at nights worrying maybe I was a dyke, but that was the extent of my sex life. If it was possible to be negative-pregnant, that was me



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