Kimberly Sheridan

Tattoo Ink: Daredevil (The First Time)

(Photos by Kimberly Sheridan)
Kimberly Sheridan explores the world of tattoos in her column Tattoo Ink. In “Daredevil (The First Time),” she shares her experience getting that first tattoo.   When I was twenty-five, I got my first tattoo at Daredevil on the Lower East Side of New York City. My friend from art school had some beautiful work done there and, inspired, I ... Read the full article
Kimberly Sheridan

Kimberly Sheridan is a nonfiction writer and Fascial Stretch Therapist living in Spokane, Washington. She holds an MFA in creative nonfiction from Eastern Washington University where she served as the managing editor of Willow Springs magazine. Instagram handle: drawonthewalls

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