Kim K. McCrea earned her BA in English before embarking on a career in technology and public service. Kim won Oregon Writers Colony 2018 essay award, Treefort’s 2017 Wild West Writing Prize, and was named runner-up in Cutbank 2018 Big Sky/Small Prose contest. Her creative nonfiction is featured in Cutbank, Tishman Review, Cagibi, and elsewhere; she is the author of the novel Pandora's Last Gift. A native of the Pacific Northwest, Kim lives in Oregon, where she studies the moon and stars and wanders with her Labrador in the rain.
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2 thoughts on “Ariel Set Free”
Lovely! I think this could be perfect for children – illustrated, following the path of the little fellow. I bet they would love it too:)
I wish I could take credit, but the words are Skakespeare, from the play “The Tempest” when the Sprite Ariel is freed from Prospero’s service. Than you for commenting!