by Mary Ellen Tramble • 176 pages
A TENDER, THOUGHTFUL BOOK, with the power and detail of a novel, this is Mary Ellen Tramble's haunting autobiography of a life with schizophrenia. Laced with her small, strong poems, it is, as well, a lasting and moving work of art. We can only be grateful for her strength to record, and her courage and generosity to share.
"A monument to the tenacity of the human spirit in its struggle to face mysterious terrors, maintain hope, and avoid despair."—Sheldon Currie, author of The Glace Bay Miners' Museum