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Molly Zuckerman-Hartung

MOLLY ZUCKERMAN-HARTUNG is a painter and teaches at Yale School of Art in the Painting and Printmaking Dept.

Hold Fast

Speed was always a point of pride for me—I talk fast and walk fast. When I was in the third grade I was the fastest kid in school—boys AND girls. Then I got my period in the fourth grade and became the slowest. I remember the first time I got to GO fast was a motorcycle ride in the backwoods roads with an adult man and I was only sixteen. My stepdad always said no to motorcycles and talked about scraping people off the road, but there was something always itching at my plump body, something itching and wanting to go so fast we might escape.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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