New! From Red Hen Press
When the World Breaks Open – Seema Reza
Publication: March 8, 2016
ISBN: 978-1-59709-744-1 / Price: $15.95
“Seema Reza delivers. When the World Breaks Open is a searing song of motherhood, love and redemption through art. Her sons, the death of her marriage, the birth of her courageous artist self is a testimony in which she finds the skin, questions faith, reverberates a familial tongue and rises, yes—rises in a stumbling glory.”
—Mahogany L. Browne
Order at redhen.org or (800) 621-2736.
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