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When the Sun Goes Down
by Kathryn Mockler
When the sun goes down, close your eyes, and I’ll tell you a story.
It’s a story about a wave—a big one, the kind that threatens an undertow if you’re not careful.
This is not advice but a warning.
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About The Litter I See Project
Each writer is given a picture of litter with the request that they submit a response in any form. The idea is to create awareness and conversation about the problems of both illiteracy and litter in our communities. Carin Makuz has chosen to support Frontier College specifically for their history and ongoing work to increase literacy from coast to coast to coast. All donations made to the Litter I See Project go directly to Frontier College through their website.
This is the photo I received.
Kathryn Mockler is the author of the story collection Anecdotes (Book*hug Press, 2023). She co-edited the print anthology Watch Your Head: Writers and Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis (Coach House Books, 2020) and is the publisher of the Watch Your Head website. She runs the literary newsletter Send My Love to Anyone.
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