A Quiet Root

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“2.0” by K.A. Polzin

I auditioned like everyone else, was one of the last three candidates due to looking very much like the CEO, but I took to instruction the best, so I got the role. I played the CEO when he couldn’t be in two places simultaneously, or just preferred not to. Maybe he had his kid’s taekwondo match and couldn’t fly to Delhi. So I’d go. 

Read it in Another Chicago Magazine

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