A short story by Abigail Ulman
‘You can pay for half the procedure.’ ‘How much is that gonna be?’ ‘I think it costs two hundred and fifty dollars,’ I say. ‘But I might just be getting that from Dirty Dancing.’
Abigail Ulman is a writer from Melbourne. She is the recipient of a Wallace Stegner Fellowship from Stanford University and won the 2016 Best Young Australian Novelist Award from the Sydney Morning Herald. Her debut story collection Hot Little Hands was recently published in the US, Australia, Germany and the UK.