Our super-terrific editor at Orbis Books, Mike Leach, forwarded us the (nearly final) cover of Hear Me, See Me: Incarcerated Women Write this week.
“Sure to become a classic,” says Sister Helen Prejean, author, Dead Man Walking, at the top of the jacket.
And as we speak, co-creator Sarah Bartlett is knee-deep in the 200-plus page proofs of the book. I’m next to review–yikes!
For those of you new to this writinginsideVT project, Hear Me, See Me is a collection of powerful, unvarnished prose and poetry by women imprisoned in Vermont, survivors of every kind of trauma, abuse, and addiction, whose individual and collective works explore and transcend the physical and spiritual trials of their lives.
It’s due out in September, and (drumroll, please), it’s now available on Amazon for pre-order, so please feel free to reserve your copy.
We also secured some nifty endorsements this week too. Continue reading