Coming Out, as Told by Florida Wildlife
Can you still hear us? We’re drowning the state in our chirps tonight if you’d care to sing along.
Cara Lynn Albert is a writer and educator from Florida, and she is currently completing her MFA degree in fiction at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her work has also appeared in Puerto del Sol, Baltimore Review, and elsewhere. She serves as the Creative Nonfiction Editor at TIMBER Journal.
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