Mimi Dixon is professor emeritus of English at Wittenberg University in Ohio where she taught Shakespeare and writing. Winner of the William Allen Creative Nonfiction Prize, and a finalist for the 2014 Lamar York Prize in Nonfiction, her essays have appeared in The Journal, The Pinch, and Fourth Genre. This essay, “Breath,” is from her recently completed collection of essays entitled Background Music.
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