Julie Riddle

Julie Riddle is the craft essay editor for Brevity and the creative nonfiction editor for Rock & Sling at Whitworth University, where she works as senior writer for marketing and development and associate editor of Whitworth Today. Her essay in The Georgia Review is her first publication.

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Shadow Animals

I. On any afternoon in Stein’s grocery store parking lot in Troy, Montana, a truck—American made, four-wheel drive, dented and dirt-streaked, axles riding high—will pull in and park. A young sawyer will jump from the cab. His beard is trimmed neatly or his face is clean shaven; he wears thick-soled leather boots, loose jeans hemmed […]

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