That's right, we are in MASSACHUSETTS!
Join us on August 12th from 12:00pm - 2:00pm for a Meet and Greet with Marfa's River Author Marina Cramer!
Marina Antropow Cramer's work has appeared in Blackbird, Istanbul Literary Review, Wilderness House Literary Review, Bloom Literary Magazine, and the other side of hope literary journal. She has read her work at the Hobart Festival of Women Writers (2022), where she served as a workshop instructor. She is the author of the novels Roads (Chicago Review Press), and Anna Eva Mimi Adam (RunAmok Books). She lives in New York's Hudson Valley.
Marfa's River: Marfa, a Ukrainian woman living in Brussels in the 1950s, is haunted by the catastrophic death of her child ten years before, at the end of World War II. Torn from her home in her teens, she struggles with dark memories and profound loneliness, exacerbated by her introspective nature. Her story unfolds in alternating narrative and reflective chapters. Steeped in guilt, sadness, and grief, she begins to open, through the fulfilling qualities of work and the ordinary kindness of others, to friendship, hope of redemption, and the possibility of love.