An Aging Writer’s Guide to Vision Problems
October 5, 2018 § 7 Comments
By Karen Zey
Karen Zey is a Canadian writer with a youthful spirit and aging eyes. Her creative nonfiction has appeared in Cleaver, Crack the Spine, Drunk Monkeys, Hippocampus, Memoir Magazine, Prick of the Spindle and other places. Karen received her first Pushcart Prize nomination in 2015. You can find her sipping tea at a Pointe-Claire neighborhood cafe, on Twitter @zippyzey or at www.karenzey.com
Fun and creative essay, Karen! And perhaps a little close to home for mnay of us…
Can’t read it!
I had to greatly magnify to read (wink, wink) but of course enjoyed the clever, humorous stance you took.
So clever…and so true.
Glad to know it’s not my talent, it’s just my failing eyesight.
“There is a terrible irony at work here” she says whilst squinting at the flow chart. 😉