Months after they found it, they still couldn’t figure out what it was. My mother consulted with a group of doctors at Johns Hopkins who told her that I won the award for longest debate over a brain tumor. I imagined them all gathered like ancient Roman astrologers staking out their claims about space. About stars. But instead of a star, it was my brain up on the screen. Its gray folds, tight around a mass sitting square in the middle of my brain. Perfectly spherical...
Cover Page Footnote
"Suprasellar" was originally published at Booth.
Booth: Vol. 8
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/booth/vol8/iss6/4