to seek my level

I was very excited when I saw the latest edition of Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment–which includes a story of mine which won an honorable mention in their annual “Sweet Corn Prize in Fiction.” I’m happy this short but mighty story found such a beautiful home. Lots of other great work at Flyway, check it out.

 

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Elaine Olund

I'm a writer, artist and designer who thinks way too much, and tries to see the beauty in the world.

4 thoughts on “to seek my level”

  1. “Maybe I had to go there, to get here, to appreciate?

    Being used, over and over, you can forget what you’re about.

    With freedom, sense returns.

    No matter what happens from now on, I’ll carry my purpose forward like an orange flag on a ship, bravely. I’ll laugh like that tub-boy.

    I’ll keep flowing, no matter what.”

    Such wisdom in these words. Thank you for sharing.

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