A review of Judith Kitchen’s The Circus Train (Ovenbird Books)
I am honored to have written a review of the late Judith Kitchen’s The Circus Train for River Teeth: A Journal of Narrative Nonfiction. Kitchen wrote The Circus Train, a memoir composed of three lyric essays, while living with metastasized breast cancer. In a culture that separates death from life, The Circus Train is a rare gift: a meditation on mortality that engages us with death through the warmth of Judith Kitchen’s supple and playful literary mind. I highly recommend this book! Click here to read the review at River Teeth.