“I stood in the middle of my living room with a baby Bjorn strapped to my waist while my two-month daughter lay in her bassinet screaming mightily. Champ’s doughy jowls spread across the wooden floor. He cocked an eyebrow with canine worry…” read more – Page 51
West Texas Literary Review
““If that’s what you’ve decided to do, then go do it. But if you leave, you better know you can’t come back.”
I sat on the edge of the dining room chair as my mother stood over me, gripping the remote control in her hand, eyes blazing…” read more
Aida Zilelian is a first generation American-Armenian writer and educator. She is the author The Legacy of Lost Things, recipient of the 2014 Tololyan Literary Award. Aida has been featured on NPR, The Huffington Post, Kirkus, P&W, and other platforms. Her short story collection These Hills Were Meant for You was shortlisted for the 2018 Katherine Anne Porter Award.
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