JLSchneider

JLSchneider

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JLSchneider is a carpenter and an adjunct professor of English at a small community college in upstate New York. His essays have appeared in Solstice Magazine, The Southeast Review, The Mochila Review, New Millennium Writings, and Trajectory. His short story collection, Objects of Desire, was awarded the 2012 Sol Books Prose Prize.

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Fall 2013 Issue

Seeing The Inca Trail

I’m watching Inca and pre-Inca walls that have been standing for a thousand years get torn apart in a day. They were built carefully, with a purpose, by hands whose descendants now carry our water, chop our wood, and backfill our sites when we leave. They were homes and courtyards and places of worship. And we’re joking and tearing everything apart like clowns….

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