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The Problems With (Writing About) Florida

Kristen Arnett: "Florida is no place for those who want to view it from a safe distance. This state is invasive, creeping, needy. Hardy and scrabbling, our peninsula's sour with poison and rot and choking vines. You fight for the right to live in its greenery, and once you've finally carved out a space, you […]
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