Garden & Gun

Remaking History

Melissa Black Reddick sits cross-legged on the floor of a sunlit room among a small village of cardboard boxes. Her slight form is partially obscured, giving the impression of a young girl completely absorbed. The fingers of her left hand curl around the edges of a whisper-thin piece of stationery, while her

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