Posts Tagged ‘Lewis Carroll Society of North America

27
Apr
14

Alice’s Sister

sister  Alice’s Sister by Jessica Young.

  Published by Turning Point (an imprint of WordTech), 2013.

  Paperback.

  ISBN 978-1625490384

  A collection of poems focusing on the story of Alice’s older sister Mary, told through      several voices. There’s a full and positive review on the Lewis Carroll Society of North America’s website, and there’s an interview with the writer here.

From the blurb:

We have all imagined it–our daytime activities reappear, twisted, in our dreams at night. What, then, drove Alice to dream of bodily distortions and dangerous adults? What is happening in her waking life to cause this darkness? Reimagined using details from Carroll’s original work, Jessica Young’s collection ALICE’S SISTER focuses on Alice’s older sister, Mary, and the trouble she faces–the quiet, shadowy disturbances–that affects everyone around. It seems the rabbit hole goes much farther down than we thought. Employing ambitious writing techniques such as rotating narrators, Young invites us in for the descent.

Available on Amazon.

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