Crash: A Memoir of Overmedication and Recovery
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About the Author
Ann Bracken is an activist with a pen. Her three books of poetry take on the topical issues of family secrets like depression and alcohol abuse, the challenges of teaching, and the stories of the men and women hidden away in our nation’s prisons. Ann’s use of poetic language has garnered her two Pushcart nominations, a featured spot on Best American Poetry, and appearances on Grace Cavalieri’s Poet and the Poem radio series. She also works as a contributing editor for the literary journal Little Patuxent Review and serves as a co-host for the Wilde Readings Literary Series. Her latest book, Crash: A Memoir of Overmedication and Recovery, explores mother-daughter experiences of mismanaged care for depression and chronic pain, and tells the multi-generational story using primary source records, journal entries, and current medical research. You can find about more about Ann’s work at her website www.annbrackenauthor.com.