Alyssa Carver is an archivist, curator, and writer from Denver, Colorado. She holds an MFA in fiction writing from The New School, as well as degrees from Hampshire College and Pratt Institute. Currently adjusting to rural life after a decade in New York City, she is a Special Collections Librarian at large state university.
Alyssa Carver: Chemistry
It doesn’t matter what they call it. The first image was of something like squid in a cloudy aquarium, ink swirling, a sinking, murky poison. But the brain is nothing like a fish tank; I know this. It is made up of wrinkles, rolled tight like new pantyhose. Layered like an onion’s pearly sheath; pink […]