Department/School of Contributor's Major
English, Literature, and Modern Languages
Creative Writing | Nonfiction
Type of Work
This summer, I spent several days scouring Ohio streams for midge larvae with my brother, a senior biology student here at Cedarville. I remember being fascinated by all the creatures and environments I was seeing for the first time, and often I asked myself how I could describe this or that creature to someone who had never seen it. This piece is my attempt at an answer.
Anastasia Cook is a junior English major from Huntington, West Virginia, and Galloway, Ohio. She is grateful for the opportunities she has had to grow as a writer at Cedarville. Along with writing, she loves children, her family, the King James Bible, horseback riding, and classical Latin.
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Cedarville Review: Vol. 23, Article 18.
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