Tag Archives: Memoir

Linda Gray Sexton: Author Interview

Tweet I’m honored to have Linda Gray Sexton join us today. Linda is the daughter of the Pulitzer-Prize winning poet, Anne Sexton. She’s an accomplished wordsmith in her own right, penning four novels—Rituals, Mirror Images, Points of Light and Private Acts—and three memoirs. Her first, Searching for Mercy Street: My Journey Back to My Mother, […]

Delusion, Dementia, or Discourse?

Tweet   Delusion, dementia or discourse? Elisa Adler insists on the latter, and with the threads of her mother’s narratives weaves for them a raft of words in her stunningly beautiful, thought provoking, and profound memoir, I’ll Close My Eyes (But I Won’t Be Asleep). The book sounds an intimate, heartbreaking, and sometimes humorous, end-of-life […]