In New Placid, people have multiple lives. As animals, as children, or in new iterations of their own families, but for one woman, something lingers in the distance.
Jimin Han was born in Seoul, Korea and grew up in the US. Her writing can be found online at Poets & Writers, Entropy, The Rumpus, Hyphen, Pleiades, and elsewhere. She teaches at The Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence College.
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