When Haley Larson was twenty, she backpacked alone through eleven countries, where she hiked up (and fell down) the bulbous slopes of Montserrat, slept on frosty ship decks from Croatia to Italy to Greece, and got reprimanded by Bosnian border guards about her age, gender and general aloneness. Her reviews and interviews appear in Rattle and Superstition Review. Her father speaks to her in German, and she currently pursues her MFA in poetry at Colorado State University.
Read Haley Larson’s work:
Lisbon Holds a Prisoner One Night •
Issue 08 | February 2010