I've added another piece to my nonfiction archive... this one's about a summer I spent in Wyoming (or at least the start of that summer). It was, though the essay doesn't reveal this facet, a truly wonderful three months that I stayed out there. Again, the essay concerns being transgender and especially wrestling with being closeted, being safe, and also being true to self. Hope you enjoy... and, in the spirit of previous posts, I dug up this photo of me (later in the summer) in Wyoming. Note: that is snow behind me, even though the picture was taken late June/early July. Check out the essay (published originally in Conte in 2008) via the tab above. Let me know what you think!