Gas Station Etiquette

by Iris Berry

In this portable collection of prose and poetry, Gas Station Etiquette, Iris Berry takes us on a tour of her Los Angeles, her love for certain gas stations, chance meetings, drinking cappuccinos with her mother in the rain, the L.A. River at 2 am, and a never-ending train ride just trying to make her way back to L.A., her home. Being a native angeleno, her love for Los Angeles is evident, even in the bad parts she finds the beauty in the ugly and the magic in the mundane.

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