Für Bess: On Neighbors, Music Parties, and Growing Up
“It was that closeness that led me to notice the gaps that separated us.”
Kids at play on bikes.
No water access.
Ashley P. Taylor is a Brooklyn-based writer and journalist. Her essays have appeared in LUMINA Online Journal, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, The Brooklyn Rail, Entropy Magazine, and Catapult. Her essay, "Crying: An Exploration" (BrainDecoder, December, 2015) was listed among the "Notable Essays and Literary Nonfiction of 2015" in BEST AMERICAN ESSAYS 2016.
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“The question of where you’re from is often met with eager anticipation to easily judge you.”
People will tell you the Marlins suck, that no one likes the Marlins. “Marlins fans?” they’ll joke, because everyone knows that Marlins fans don’t exist. Except they do, we do.
Like much of Florida, it appears both ridiculous and dangerous and gambling is involved. I think. I still don’t understand it.