Indelible Ink
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Indelible Ink

One Nation, Worlds Apart

Here in the high desert of New Mexico, Washington has never felt more distant

Photo illustration courtesy of the author | Landscape photo by Leonardo Chávez on Unsplash

Distance has defined so much of our lives in the last almost-year. There’s distance learning. Distance work, for those of us who can do our jobs remotely. Long-distance relationships, which now includes not just out-of-state friends and family but those up the road who we can no longer invite

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Karie Luidens

Karie Luidens

I’m an ever-evolving writer of criticism, commentary, and current events. She/her. karieluidens.com

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