This week, I wrote a creative response to “You Must Walk This Lonesome” by Evie Shockley. In writing my response, I was especially interested in her use of stream of consciousness narration, in the relationship between trauma and nature (and the unnatural), as well as renewal from nature (and the unnatural, again), and conceptions of place. I tried to focus on those themes and ideas while I wrote this thing.
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