From Irina Zhorov

Folks,

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!

Read, everyone.

Tim

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