“Can They See Me Right Now?” by Melanie Chambers

The first time I acted without permission at work was in the second year of my high school music teaching job. My classroom was dull and windowless. Fluorescent lights beat down on a dreary mauve carpet that matched the dreary mauve acoustic panels, stapled hastily to the walls. The space, converted from a basketball gym,Continue reading ““Can They See Me Right Now?” by Melanie Chambers”