10. Early Mornings The 5:00 AM train that goes through the Sixth Street underpass whistles in the distance. Shuffling the pillows, I try to find a position that offers some relief from the pressure in the back of my neck. I live in an apartment near the University of Arizona campus. As an only child […]
Naz is an Iranian-American writer pursuing her MFA in Writing - Creative Nonfiction at Lindenwood University. She serves as an Editorial Assistant for The Lindenwood Review. She has a translated screenplay and several essays in Farsi. Naz holds an MA in Media Arts from the University of Arizona and has produced a number of short documentaries. Naz currently teaches digital storytelling at UNC-Chapel Hill. She lives with her family and General Leia Organa, their cat, in Durham, NC.