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Daisy Rockwell

Daisy Rockwell is a painter, writer and translator, living in the United States. She has PhD in South Asian literature and has translated numerous works of fiction from Hindi and Urdu, including Upendranath Ashk’s Falling Walls and Bhisham Sahni’s Tamas (both published by Penguin India). Her political paintings have been exhibited internationally, and her literary criticism and reviews have appeared in Bookslut, Chapati Mystery, and The Caravan (India). www.daisyrockwell.com

*OLD*Roll of the Dice

None of us wore masks. That meant people could see us right away. But we were protected by being indistinguishable. There are tons of people with faces like ours in this country. And even if some of us have distinguishing features that could be remembered, no one had the presence of mind, or the time, to remember well enough to identify us later.

Roll of the Dice

None of us wore masks. That meant people could see us right away. But we were protected by being indistinguishable. There are tons of people with faces like ours in this country.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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