Millay Hyatt

Born in the early seventies in a big hot state of the U.S., Millay roamed restlessly back and forth across the Atlantic for twenty-eight years until she found Berlin. She has been poor in Paris, on the radio in Alaska, and happy riding the bus in Los Angeles. She writes and thinks about utopia, flesh, libraries, Hegel, and animals, likes cold dark winters, traveling by land, and is something of a book fetishist. She is allowed to call herself Doctor which she occasionally does.

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