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…lots of us eventually succumbed to the tide of stay-at-home reality. I gradually gave up my outside-world façade: sweatpants became daily attire, bras were almost forgotten about, my straighteners sank to the bottom of the drawer and I began to only apply makeup for my online classes. And then, eventually, not even for those. That final development might not sound like much of a landmark, but for me, it was unprecedented.Kathryn Tann
Can face masks become liberating? In this piece, Kathryn Tann shares with us a surprising silver lining from this pandemic.
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This piece was first accepted for publication in its written version by Santes Dwynwen Magazine.
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About Kathryn Tann
Kathryn Tann is a writer and freelancer from south Wales, currently residing in west Yorkshire. She has a BA in English and an MA in Creative Writing, and works in publishing (editorial and marketing) and podcasting. In Manchester, at the Centre for New Writing, Kathryn founded the Podcast for New Writing, was Managing Editor of The Manchester Anthology, and received a Distinguished Achievement Award in 2020. Kathryn has published a handful of short stories online and in print, as well as creative non-fiction and book reviews. She is currently working on her first novel.
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