Q: Do you live near where you were born? Have you traveled much?
A: I generally live far away from the Twin Cities where I was born – the furthest away was New Zealand. Most recently, over the summer I lived in northern Minnesota, which was closer to Canada than really anything else. I do travel quite a lot. The whole family picked up and moved to New Zealand for six months when I was a sophomore in high school. At the time High School Musical was very popular and I spent a lot of time explaining that that wasn’t really an accurate representation of American high school or America in general. I also decided I didn’t like wearing a uniform, even if it was a kilt. But they do have golden kiwis, which are better than regular kiwis and one day I’ll go back, if only to eat golden kiwis again.
Sarah McGill’s story “A Yellow Landscape”
in Metaphorosis Friday, 5 April 2019.
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