Sheltering in Place for Extroverts

A safari guide for your own meltdown and tentative enlightenment.

My neighborhood pandemic children’s bear hunt contribution. I call it trapped rabbit. Image: Eda Obey

At first, I giggled when I saw all the memes to introverts telling them to check on their extrovert friends during the pandemic. I figured I’d be okay. My childhood was spent on a remote farm in Texas and I was around people rarely, other than school or rodeos. It was a lot of time alone. My life has changed drastically over the last 40…

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Internationally published writer of urban animal fiction, short stories and feminist horror. EIC Last Girls Club.

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Eda Obey

Eda Obey

Internationally published writer of urban animal fiction, short stories and feminist horror. EIC Last Girls Club.

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