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English, Literature, and Modern Languages

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Creative Writing | Nonfiction

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This is a creative nonfiction short about m-space, or string theory. I connect it to David's questions in Psalm 139: "Where can I go from your Spirit? Where can I flee from your presence?"

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Kelsey Matthews is a senior at Cedarville University and is studying to become a high school English teacher, with the goal of one day becoming a professor of English Literature. However, her dream job is to be a writer and a national park ranger. She is originally from northwest Washington state, but has found Ohio to be a lovely home for the past few years.


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