Letitia Trent

Letitia Trent grew up in Vermont and Oklahoma, and studied at Ohio State University. Her novel, ECHO LAKE, is available from Dark House Press, and a poetry collection, ONE PERFECT BIRD, is available from Sundress Publications. Her chapbooks include YOU AREN’T IN THIS MOVIE and THE WOMEN IN CHARGE, both from dancing girl press. She was the 2010 winner of the Alumni Flash Writing Award from the Ohio State University’s THE JOURNAL, and has been awarded fellowships from The Vermont Studio Center and the MacDowell Colony. Letitia lives in Colorado with her husband, son, and three cats.


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The fire, too, was like the Fourth of July, with all those colours in the sky, only better because nobody knew when it would end and the adults couldn’t control it. It might light up the trees around it, the buildings next to it, it might even run up the street until it reached the houses beyond. It was exciting, the children thought, to be near something that the adults couldn’t control. It
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was like being near a lion or the ocean.
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You passed the last few houses and entered the country, a place where towns blurred, disappearing and reappearing again on the other side with new names, new white churches standing in the middle of the town, where all of the roads pointed and crossed.
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