Empty Houses

It’s hard to write about where you are, right now. The stories in our small town have tugged at me for months, especially as the national conversations about rural life have been so monotone. I decided to tell the story of our town by looking at the people who’ve left it–and the empty houses they left behind.

Part I (Opioids)

Part II (Poverty)

Part III (Meth)

Part IV (Foreclosure)

Part V (Divorce)

Part VI (Death)

Part VII (Renewal)

Part VIII (The Circle)

 

 

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