Emergence Magazine

Forgive Me For the Delay

by Alisha Anderson

In this video essay, Alisha Anderson meditates on our sense of touch. What is lost, she asks, when we do not live “edge to edge”?


Alisha Anderson was born in northern California. She received an MS in Environmental Humanities from the University of Utah, where she was awarded The Floyd O’Neil Fellowship in Western American Studies. Her work focuses on ritual and story, and speaks to our relationship to the land, most often through landscapes across Utah.

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