Articles by Ruby Dunn

Ruby Dunn

Ruby Dunn studies and writes in Scotland, where she takes inspiration from her faith, her degree and the Scottish landscape. Her work has most recently been featured in Stanchion, Scissors and Spackle, and Trampset.


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Februarys

When I am tempest-torn and grief-lorn, shredded by the weight of my own self against the spider-silk weft of this heavy world; when I lose my nerve or head and begin to bargain with castles I have built – offer them more grit, more stone, more water, argue they are not porcelain; when I look…

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