Friday, June 15, 2012

"My Father's House is an affecting meditation on how we can—and sometimes do—become better versions of ourselves." My Father's House gets The Collagist'd. And likes it. A lot.

Quite true this. Quite appreciated. And big thanks to always kick-ass Anna March and the whole Collagist crew for this terribly wonderful review. Drinks on us for sure when next we meet. Now, excerpt, cool? Thanks.

"It offers an important reminder that we are all artists in our own way, if only on the canvas that is our life, and that we create the finest art the more connected to the world and ourselves we are. It is a brave look at how fear binds us, and all that is to be gained when we let ourselves feel even the most painful truths. It is an ambitious work and it succeeds. In My Father's House are many mansions; every one of them is worth exploring."

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