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Carla Funk: “Small towns do something to the imagination”



Carla Funk grew up in a place of logging trucks and God, pellet guns and parables. Every Sunday, she sat with her mother and brother in the same pew at the Mennonite church while her dad stayed home with his cigarettes and a fridge full of whiskey. Part ode to childhood, part love letter to … Continue reading Carla Funk: “Small towns do something to the imagination”