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    Easton Smith

    Easton Smith lives in Salt Lake City, land stolen from the Shoshone, Paiute, Goshute and Northern Ute people. He likes to camp, try to play the banjo, sing with his friends, talk about his feelings, and run up big hills. Sometimes Easton organizes with Wasatch Rising Tide and SURJ SLC. Sometimes he labors for wages by writing things.

    I Am Sending You This from a Crater

    “I ask myself, how can I write about it? How could I not?” Easton Smith on the prospect of nuclear war, Arundhati Roy, and Hélène Cixous.

    Love and Tar on the Tavaputs Plateau

    The State of Utah has labeled the land “multiple use,” but what besides mine can one do on a desolate strip mine? Well, a few things: feel lost, plant seeds, get arrested, and fall in love.

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