Essays on Childhood: Wild Things | Esse Diem

Over the past year, I’ve become fascinated with stories about childhood encounters with animals. It started with Julian Martin’s description of his grandmother clubbing, skinning, and cooking a groundhog; since then, it seems everywhere I turn I hear great stories about courage, life and death, love and affection, loyalty and hearbreak connected to children and animals.

What’s your story?

via Essays on Childhood: Wild Things | Esse Diem.

 

2 thoughts on “Essays on Childhood: Wild Things | Esse Diem

  1. I am actually more intrigued with encountering mystical animals in the wonderland of childhood fantasies~ Loved childhood imaginary and creativity ;)

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