A Breathtaking and Terrifying Expanse: Quan Barry’s When I’m Gone, Look for Me in the East

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“The distances are staggering. It could take you an hour to drive to a spot on the edge of the horizon, yet that spot feels like it’s just within reach,” Barry writes. “This is what it means to live on the steppe. There are no walls between you and nature. You are nature.”