RACHEL Z. ARNDT
I'm at a time when you are so much for a long way in hell of an old lady at my job. To be able in the first place (I have no clue who I was in my room). For a long way in hell of an old lady at my job to do that in my room for a few years and years in a row hurts my head so bad I don't have the right way. And it will take the bus driver—just want you in my head hurts so bad I don't have the right way—and it will take the bus driver to go home now.
I'm at a news release from prison. For a few weeks of sudden urge, the president and chief executive officer of the day after day were the most beautiful. The rest is the first half and the first place I want to go: home. And the rest of my friends and I love you so much. For the next two years my life is a great day. My life is a great day to be a good day to be a great day for the next few weeks. My favorite thing to do in that room, for a long way in hell of an old lady at my school, is to get my nails and the rest of your friends done and to the game. To be the first half of the year and the first half of the best way for me: I was in my head. My head is pounding headache and a great way to get a follow from you.
About Iowa Writes
Since 2006, Iowa Writes has featured the work of Iowa-identified writers (whether they have Iowa roots or live here now) and work published by Iowa journals and publishers on The Daily Palette. Iowa Writes features poetry, fiction, or nonfiction twice a week on the Palette.
In November of 2008, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) designated Iowa City, Iowa, the world's third City of Literature, making the community part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.
Iowa City has joined Edinburgh, Scotland and Melbourne, Australia as UNESCO Cities of Literature.
Find out more about submitting by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
RACHEL Z. ARNDT
Rachel Z. Arndt is a writer from Chicago. Her work has appeared in The Believer, Popular Mechanics, The Awl, and elsewhere. She is the assistant editor of the McSweeney's Poetry Series and an MFA candidate in the University of Iowa's Nonfiction Writing Program.