Posts Published by Gail Hammill

Gail Hammill is an assistant professor of English at the American University in Dubai. She writes about the body in connection with art, gender, and spirituality. Her work has appeared in The Carolina Quarterly, Mothers Always Write, The Dillydoun Review, Cinematic Codes Review, and other publications.

Fifth Position: Unlocking Space

In the spring of 1983, Russian choreographer George Balanchine, at the age of seventy-nine, lay dying of a rare neurological disorder in Roosevelt Hospital. According to his biography by Bernard Taper, dancers from the New…

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