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Melody Nixon
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Biography
Melody Nixon is a New Zealand-born writer living in New York City. Her essays, criticism, and fiction have appeared in Midnight Breakfast, The Common, Hoax Publication, Bloom, and The Appendix, among others. In 2012–2014 she received support from the Ucross Foundation, Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, Art Farm Nebraska, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and the Ragdale Foundation. She holds an MFA in nonfiction from Columbia University and is the interviews editor of The Common, editor at large of Apogee Journal, and cocurator of Harlem’s First Person Plural Reading Series.

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Vol. 71
A Cabinet of Curiosity
Fall 2018
Edited by Bradford Morrow

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February 12, 2019
(I want nothing short of not being brief. It’s a peccadillo. Chickens take longer
Than they did. If I wasn’t kind today, it’s because I am feeling out of sorties like a movie
That ends before anything gets said that might resolve the question
Of why anyone would spend time making or watching a movie, or a bed.
February 5, 2019
I was beginning to sense a pattern. Not that I knew what the pattern was, just that one was coming into view. It had something to do with the babysitter. I didn’t hire her, and refuse to be blamed. Sharon hired the babysitter; I spotted the pattern.
January 29, 2019
“I had a problem for you, and you didn’t solve it.” “It was imaginary.” “Not all that appears reappears. It may be only once that you glimpse Pythagoras.” “Did you say Pythagoras?” “Might could be, apparently so.” “Was your problem related to math?” “Of an existential dimension.” “That’s the sort that interested me before my career set in.”
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