In September 2013 BookBrowse hosted a discussion of Tracy Guzeman's debut The Gravity of Birds, in which histories and memories refuse to stay buried; and in the end only the excavation of the past will enable its survivors to love again. Tracy joined us to answer questions about her book and her research. Click to read the Q&A.
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