Joined: Jan 22, 2015
Garin, a name that according to Garin's mom means "high priestess of the written word," is a freelance arts and culture writer. Some of her work has appeared in Rolling Stone, Esquire, and The Wall Street Journal. Currently, she owns only one cat but dreams of the day when she can live on a ranch in Colorado with 50 more cats.
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