Eclipse: Stories

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Bottom Dog Press, 2003 - Fiction - 149 pages
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Fiction. Part of Bottom Dog's "Working Lives" series. "In Jeanne Bryner's ECLIPSE, there's a master storyteller at work. While the characters in these stories struggle, it is a struggle blessed with hope. A hope we can all carry with us into the future"-Jim Daniels. "Bryner has rare gifts: a level gaze, a keen heart, and ears to hear what people mean by what they say. Her storytelling enables us to look at the searing light of a given soul. And her art-compassionate, often wry-also provides a filter, so we can bear what we look upon"-Marilous Awiakta. "These narratives emerge out of the sure hand and eye of an accomplished writer who offers an expansive and convincing aesthetic of human relationships"-Janet Zandy.

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Contents

Kolobos
7
Saras Daughters
21
Safe
41
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Jeanne Bryner was born in Appalachia and grew up in a blue collar family in industrial Ohio near Warren. She graduated from Newton Falls High School, Trumbull Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, and Kent State University's Honor's College. She has worked as a certified emergency room nurse at Forum Health Trumbull Memorial Hospital since 1979. She also teaches writing workshops in schools, universities, nursing homes, and with cancer support groups. She edited two anthologies, Safehouse: Women Living With Cancer and Song: Breast Cancer Survivors. Her Breathless collection of poems was published by Kent State University Press, followed by Blind Horse: Poems from Bottom Dog Press. Her book on the lives of historical and contemporary nurses, Tenderly Lift Me, is forthcoming from Kent State University Press.

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