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Zombie trucks and perpetual Christmas

By Kate Blackwood / February 4, 2023

Resurrecting my Read of the Week to ponder the humans of overland transport.

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A tree trunk covered with light green lichen, growing in a circle

Light and the way to it

By Kate Blackwood / December 31, 2022

The human capacity for wonder is undiminished for those who choose to reach for it.

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Metal bridge seen from below; view of the sky with a break in the clouds

A few steps on the Underground Railroad

By Kate Blackwood / December 4, 2022

Cornell students write fiction to explore the experience of freedom seekers.

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Many people run under a green banner at the start of a race

Sweet Child of Mine: One story of One Marathon

By Kate Blackwood / November 5, 2022

There is more to a marathon than the start and the finish. Something happens along the way. The shape of that happening is up to the runner.

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