Echoes

by Karen Lazar

In her innovative and polished new collection of prose-poetic echoes, Karen Lazar explores the world of disability through the low-angle lens of those who apprehend the world from a seated position and with altered perceptions and capacities. This view is offered in three elegant parts: “Cranial Echoes”, “Joburg Echoes” and “Cyber Echoes”, which reflect the author’s own journey through a stroke, and her adaptation to the long-term after-echoes of radical metamorphosis.

The poetic echoes are an intriguing stylistic creation, which draw the reader into a subtle written and aural landscape.

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