Posts by Mona Kirschner

April 30, 2024 | Nonfiction


Mona Kirschner

It took three of us to get a king size mattress stuffed into the tiny service elevator, pushing our shoulders into it so it would finally give and bend. It sprung out when the doors opened, like a

April 26, 2024 | Nonfiction


Mona Kirschner


Long before I wore wigs to punish the men who had punished me, I wore them to channel Selma Blair. I was thirteen, my flat chest leaned over the bathroom sink. We were both brunettes, but that’s