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Ekphrases: Bennett Sims on the Edge of Death

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There is a famous photograph taken at the edge of death: inside a car parked by the sidewalk are all manner of large dogs, looking directly into the camera.
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No. 13

No. 13

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Bennett Sims grew up in Baton Rouge and is a student at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. This is his first published piece ​

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