We’re proud to share the cover for Malnourished: A Memoir of Sisterhood and Hunger, which is set to release on November 19.
In this stunning memoir, Cinthia Ritchie traces the tragedy of her sister’s eating disorder back to its beginning—their stepfather’s Pennsylvania farm, where both girls hungered for approval and affection during long, languid days and yearned for protection through endless, dark nights.
dives deep into what we dare not speak—secrets, obsessions, deviations—demonstrating
in gripping, lyrical prose how the damage done early in one’s life colors the
taste of everything to come.
This is a book for anyone who has ever experienced lack, and for anyone who has nevertheless loved.
Preorder Malnourished directly from us by September 30 and get 20% off.
Raised Voice Press is excited to share another book on our schedule, set for release early in 2020. High Cotton is a collection of essays by Kristie Robin Johnson. Kristie is a graduate of the MFA in Creative Writing program at Georgia College and State University and also earned degrees in political science and public administration from Augusta University. She teaches English at Oconee Fall Line Technical College and Georgia Military College. Her writing has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and received honorable mention in the AWP Intro to Journals Project.
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