Barcelona is Janelle Lynch’s tribute to her two adopted mothers: her grandmother, Nana, and “Mother Nature,” whom they both admired for hours through the kitchen window. “I remember finding a robin's crackled egg on the porch steps,” says Lynch in her introduction. “I was arrested by its distinctive shade of blue. I had internalized Nana's sense of awe.”
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