Finding Self-Acceptance at the Skating Rink
But the boundaries of class dissolved as I noticed kids at the rink.
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Lyndsey Ellis is a St. Louis-born fiction writer and essayist who’s passionate about exploring intergenerational struggles and resiliency in the Midwest. Her debut novel, BONE BROTH (Hidden Timber Books), is out in May 2021.
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