Gail Cornwall is a former public school teacher and recovering lawyer who now works as a stay-at-home mother and freelance writer. Born in St. Louis and raised in the Bay Area, she’s a serial monogamist of urban living who resided in Berkeley, New York, D.C., Boston, and Seattle before committing to San Francisco.

Her work has been published online by The Atlantic, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Salon, and The San Francisco Chronicle, among others.

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