For the first time, one of New York City's major resident authors spins a breathtakingly immediate, intimate family novel set around the September 11th attacks. Thirty-four and decidedly independent, Renata has been known to keep her involvement with people - men in particular - to a minimum. Even her job at the library keeps her at a remove from the uncertainty of trusting other people with the stories of her past. Instead, she loses herself in language, always measuring the integrity of words against lived experience. ...

The Writing on the Wall 2006, Counterpoint LLC

ISBN-13: 9781582433004

Trade paperback

The Writing on the Wall 2005, Counterpoint LLC, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781582432991