Joseph Edwin Haeger

Wading into the Pandemic: Constantly Overreacting or Underreacting

(Source: CDC)
Joseph Edwin Haeger shares this personal essay about the ups and downs experienced since news about the coronavirus pandemic first started circulating.   1. Sometime in February, I heard about the coronavirus in the same way that I would hear about some far-off event in another country. Articles circulated online and it seemed ... Read the full article
Joseph Edwin Haeger

Joseph Edwin Haeger is the author of Learn to Swim (University of Hell Press, 2015). His writing has appeared in The Pacific NW Inlander, RiverLit, Hippocampus Magazine, and others. He lives in Spokane, Washington with his wife and son.

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