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The Magazine of South Florida and the Fort Lauderdale News and Sun Sentinel

Stories by Danielle Flood

"The Man at Cross Creek"

Published: September 8, 1985

It wasn't easy being married to Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, author of THE YEARLING and

focus of the film, CROSS CREEK. Her husband says so and his story isn't in a book or movie...

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"Curl Up and Die"

The pains of looking like a lady

Published: February 22, l987

I have survived a perm. This means the women in the hair salon down the street are still alive. It means I still have hair on my head and that what is left of it is sufficient, I think, considering that there has never been much of it anyway. It means I might go back to that place and get another one sometime, but I'm not sure, because I don't know who I'm going to be in six months or if I'm going to be. 

Who knows. The business of trying to look like a lady may kill me. 

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