Laura Van Den Berg
As we entered Arezzo, the guide pointed out the prostitutes lining the road. The women looked like awkward, flashy birds, teetering in bright spandex and spiked heels, cheap gold jewelry flashing in the summer sun.
Sarah Gerard’s essay collection, Sunshine State, embodies Florida’s unpredictability in the best sense.
“You poor, quite accurate word… cast aside for being too apt!”