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The setting of the story is somewhat of a hybrid of two places I know and love. The town itself, the rail yard, the bar, the incinerator etc is heavily influenced by where I live in Livingston, Montana. The actual desert landscape is based on the area around Moab, Utah— the red rocks and canyons, with the La Sal mountains in the distance—where I try to go at least once or twice a year to run and get the occasional reprieve from long Montana winters.
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Was it complicated to manage these shifting time frames? Did you ever think about using a simpler chronology? Introducing large portions of backstory after we see Sid running seemed natural to me in this case, just because the act of running seems to lend itself to reflection on past events. Can you imagine running over these rocks barefoot? Have you ever pushed yourself as hard as Sid does here?
The barefoot running thing is actually a popular trend in the running community right now. All of that aside, there is something pretty damn liberating about just taking off your shoes and running. However, going barefoot over the terrain Sid is covering would probably not be pleasant, although there are those not me who have hardened their feet enough to make it bearable. I have some shoes that are supposedly the closest thing to being barefoot, while still providing a little protection.
In this story I would say Sid runs for around five hours. Some of the trail races I run are in this range twenty to twenty-five miles over rough terrain and this might seem like a lot until you realize that people fairly regularly run trails races in excess of a hundred miles. I always come back to this idea that the act of moving forward physically somehow tricks your mind into a feeling that you are moving forward on greater problems or concerns in your life. This, of course, is a completely false illusion, but the effects last for a while and when they wear off you go for another run.
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