Taking the Lane #6: Lines on the Map
by Elly Blue
In the sixth volume of Taking the Lane, a talented pool of writers explores the satisfaction of riding up a difficult hill, the frustration of navigating unwelcoming streets, and the subtle and not so subtle ways the routes and landscapes we ride through shape our identity and our experiences. These essays reveal some of the constraints and the liberties of the maps—mental and physical—that we take for granted, and open a conversation about how we can draw new lines of our own.
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