Author: Sarah Abigail Adleman

Sarah Abigail Adleman was raised along the bayous of Houston with her two brothers. After working as a watch repair specialist, a project coordinator for a photographer, and a bartender in a downtown dive, she joined the Peace Corps and was stationed in Bangladesh. She later taught English in China before moving to El Paso for love. She continued to travel and study yoga and meditation in India and South East Asia while working as a Certified Yoga Therapist. She earned a MFA in Creative Writing from The University of Texas at El Paso and has had work recognized by Kindred Magazine, Terrene, and Glimmer Train. This is her first book. She lives in Colorado with her husband, newborn son, and dog, Bartleby.

The Lampblack Blue of Memory: My Mother Echoes
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The Lampblack Blue of Memory: My Mother Echoes

Tolsun Books

Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. Poetry. Hybrid Genre. "To call Sarah Adleman's memoir profound and beautiful would be a grossly inadequate attempt to describe a brilliant, deeply moving yet unflinchingly unsentimental exploration of grief I could never...

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