Author Archives: Samuel Fox '14

Some Concluding Thoughts Plus a Picture of the End

“The 846 men who comprise this far-flung army live a life of almost constant adventure.” –from Halt: A Story of the Border Patrol by Col. Daniel MacCormack With the summer coming to an end, I realize that I could easily … Continue reading

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Writing the Border

My summer project really started in my Short Fiction I class last fall, when I read a Paris Review interview with Kurt Vonnegut. As someone who had recently—and tentatively—declared a major in anthropology and a minor in creative writing, I was … Continue reading

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