The Red Kitchen: A Memoir
Barbara Clarke (Author)
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DescriptionEven the best mother-daughter relationship has its challenges. But take one that's not the best and add to it a secretive husband and father and a buried, dark memory, and you have the makings of --The Red Kitchen--a memoir full of humor, grit, honesty, and adventure that culminates with reconciliation and the long-delayed coming-of-age of two women.
She Writes Press
April 06, 2021
5.4 X 8.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.75 pounds
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About the Author
Barbara Clarke has received many labels through the years, some unwanted--"Best Body" in the ninth grade and "ex-wife" twice. In midlife, she worked in Kenya; she later developed a career as an executive. She has moved more than sixty times. A mailperson once told her that she held the local record for the most forwarding labels of someone not fleeing the law: three. And most recently she was given a label she treasures, earned in a class developing this memoir: "Most likely to start a forgiveness movement." You can find out more about her varied career as a writer and read her blog at www.barbaraclarke.net. She lives in Bellingham, WA.