Victoria Dailey

writer, curator and antiquarian bookseller

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Writer, curator and antiquarian bookseller, living in Los Angeles. Her story “Piety and Perversity: The Palms of Los Angeles” recently appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books.

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Palm trees are as iconic in L.A.’s landscape as the Hollywood sign. But they really don’t belong here.

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