“But it points to a way out. I can save people. If I didn’t have the house, if I didn’t have the job, maybe if I was in a different city that desperately needed me. Maybe a city like New Orleans.
And there are a few things that even the cameraman can’t see, apparitions whispering just outside the window, waiting for their chance to sneak in. But I can see them from here, from where I sit, in his future.”
Ray Shea, “Linus and Lucy,” Finalist for the Sidney W. Vernick Award in Nonfiction
June 13, 2012
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