How Citizens Pitched in After the Mexico City Earthquake
A down pillow, grey with dust, came down the line. I was angry at it, at how light it was, how easy it was to pass.
Michelle writes about art, borders, culture, health and science. She lives in Mexico City, where she is working on a collection of short stories and a memoir.
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