Fiorella Morzi has four copies of The Witches by Roald Dahl that she bought all at once at a second-hand shop. She appreciates Quentin Blake’s original cover art for the story, of which—lucky for her—he made several. She likes to divide her time between dreaming of ways to be a witch, thinking about self-care, and reading anything Audre Lorde has written.
Some people call OCD a doubting disease. Corey Ann Haydu infuses her story with the back-and-forth, pulsing presence of this doubt, resulting in a first-person, insider’s account of what the condition feels like for many.