An earlier version of this essay appeared in the Spring 2012 issue of The Louisville Review, under the title “Your Pictures Are Beautiful, But Where Are All the People?” In my early twenties, time seemed to move at lightning speed. From age twenty-one to twenty-four, I worked, traveled, dated, paid rent, failed to pay rent, […]
Eva Sage Gordon
Eva Sage Gordon has lived in Rhode Island, North Carolina, Chicago, Italy, Spain, Australia, Ireland, and New York City. She holds an MFA in Fiction from Spalding University and an MA in English Literature from Saint Louis University, Madrid. Her work has appeared in New Plains Review, The Louisville Review, Prism Review, New Southerner, and elsewhere. She is co-author of The Everything Guide to Writing Children’s Books, 2nd Edition. Most recently, she served as Guest Creative Nonfiction Editor of The Louisville Review, 40th anniversary issue.