Maia Siegel
Contributing Reporter
Maia Siegel's writing has been published in Poetry London, The Bennington Review, Rattle, The Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere. She is a sophomore Humanities major in Pierson College.
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POEM: Little Green Peaches

I missed you while you were beside me / and the feeling filled me like a gas, ballooning / me into a mascot of myself.

FICTION: Coconut Cake

She took the small, white pill. She looked at his pleading face, so large and angular, and hoped it would start to shift around in her eyes. It did not. This was not one of those pills, one that would mutilate anything outside of her. The pill was meant to scrape out a mistake, a liquid exchange he wanted to take back.