Sarah Dunphy-Lelii teaches psychology at Bard College in Annandale, NY, with research interests in autism, primate cognition, and the way preschool aged children think. She recently spent a half year in Kibale National Park, Uganda, tracking wild chimpanzees. Her academic writing has appeared in journals including the Journal of Cognition and Development, Folia Primatologica, and Scientific American; the work published in Plume is her first as a creative writer.
in common and gentrify
My neighbor Steve is one of these lawn guys, with an engined solution for every yard flaw.