Head over to VOA News now to read a feature by Irina Zhorov, nonfiction MFA candidate here in Wyoming.
The feature itself tracks the grand opening of the Heart Mountain Interpretive Learning Center in Wyoming, once a Japanese-American internment camp during World War II.
From the article: “The road to Heart Mountain, Wyoming, is lined with golden fields of hay in late summer. The landscape is mostly empty until a tall smokestack appears on the horizon, growing into a vertical dark line above the fields. It’s all that remains of the hospital at Heart Mountain Internment Camp. Then Heart Mountain itself looms in the distance.”
Fine work, Irina!