How Low We Could Go by Pune Dracker


Pune Dracker is a writer, editor, and digital communications strategist specializing in animal welfare. She recently earned her MFA in Nonfiction/Poetry from The New School, where she conducted psychogeographic mapping experiments and wrote and performed Fluxus-inspired scores. Her work has appeared in Hyperallergic, SLICE, Barrow Street’s 4X2 Project, and is forthcoming in Seneca Review. She is also a long-distance runner, jazz-funk dancer, and messy vegan baker.