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I've deeply enjoyed working on these stories during my time spent perusing a graduate degree at the University of Nevada, Reno. Through them, I've learned some valuable lessons about my process as a writer, such as the importance of getting to know my characters, watching them, listening to them, and allowing them to guide the plot. As such, the stories within this collection are character driven, presenting men and women who wear their grief, paranoia, and anxiety on their sleeves. Though they range in topics from death to beauty, and experiment with genre and style, they all ask the reader to consider deeply alienated characters, and the ramifications of the loneliness that accompanies physical and emotional isolation.