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Out there at the edge of the world with the silvery mass of the Pacific at my feet, a wilderness of stars pricking to life in a darkening sky so big the bright spark of my own life shrunk to nothing—out there it was easy to believe that nothing much mattered, that any want I dreamed up was a reason to keep going, that running away and running toward were only different ways to tell the same story.

Sarah McCarry discusses mythology, the open road, and her new novel Dirty Wings as part of John Scalzi’s The Big Idea series.

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