By Sue Guiney
Two voices interweave, an aging mother and her adult son, to carry us from Boston to London to Moscow and back again. Through physics, religion, travel and even baseball, they express the often unknown, yet undeniable, influences one life will have on another.
…a compelling story about very believable people in whom we will all see something, perhaps a great deal, of ourselves, and it keeps you turning the pages. What more can we reasonably ask of any novel?
– Gold Dust Issue 15
A Clash of Innocents
Against the backdrop of Cambodia’s violent past and the beginnings of its new Tribunal for justice, a story of displaced souls unfolds in this first...
Out of the Ruins
Out of the Ruins begins with one Cambodian doctor’s frustration over how the poor women in his country are dying needlessly...
Her Life Collected
Maiden, woman, crone—three traditional stages in the female lifespan. In Sue Guiney’s Her Life Collected, these stages are re-envisioned...