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Finding Dasha

Finding Dasha

Esther C. Werdiger met a long lost relative named Dasha who lived nearby in New York. They met, chatted for hours, and said they’d get together again soon. But they never did.

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Esther C. Werdiger is a writer and artist from Melbourne. Her essays, comics and illustrations have appeared at The Awl, The Hairpin, Saveur and in Lilith. She lives in Brooklyn.

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