Coming in September from Sunshot Press
True and timely accounts of a psychologist’s work with refugee asylum seekers and others with traumatic histories. Aron’s experienced and compassionate voice rings out in the national debate on immigration reform and the refugee crisis.
The Roman poet Terence famously said, “Nothing human is alien to me.” Here is a book that liberates Terence’s beautiful sentiment from the torturous distortion of a contemporary government that wants us to believe that no aliens are human.
... writes little pieces of fiction,
bigger fiction pieces, and
non-fiction of all sizes,
for all sorts of audiences:
folks like you.
She is also a liberation psychologist, a Spanish-English translator, and an activist for social justice. Under "ABOUT" you can find more information, but the essentials can be found right here, in her complete, unexpurgated, 66-word autobiography. Really! Look:
GETTING TO LIBERATION
The midwife called it Feisty, I called it Determined;
The pediatrician called it Teething, I called it Mad;
At childcare they called it Crabby, I called it Tired;
In school they called it Impudent, I called it Bored;
The professor called it Insolent, I called it Insulted;
The supervisor called it Insubordinate, I called it Creative;
The geriatrician calls it Disinhibited Irritability, I call it Liberation.