“And now I drive into town for the June market, and I sell our wares alone. Your mother’s almond granola recipe. The black raspberries that inked our fingertips and stained our teeth and tongues.”
– “Perennial” by Anne Barngrover
This short fiction piece explores the wardrobe choices we make based on the seasons in the air and in our own lives. What’s the weather like where you are? How is it affecting your ‘style mood’?