Kentucky Curdled by Tamara J. Madison

Tamara J. Madison's Kentucky Curdled uses poetry to examine the pain of family secrets and family mythology. All families have stories with a root of truth that have the feeling of being unbelievable. Madison bravely examines the emotions of all involved when a mother kills her own child believing it the best alternative. Her words are lyrical though raw and blunt. She entrances the reader with pure emotion and honest examination without giving in to the impulse to whitewash the story. Kentucky Curdled is a quick, compelling, thought provoking read.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

52 Lists for Happiness: Weekly Journaling for Positivity Balance, and Joy by Moorea Seal

Remarkable Oregon Women: Revolutionaries & Visionaries by Jennifer Chambers

Four O'Clock Sizzle: A Rebecca Mayfield Mystery by Joanne Pence