Single mom, rebellious teen daughter, absent dad. From such simple yet compelling ingredients, Sarah Bird assembles a spicy stew of familial discord, hormonal longings, and troubling maternal regrets. Can mother Cam save daughter Aubrey from making a series of foolish decisions in her senior year of high school, with or without the influence of Aubrey's father? The surprising yet satisfying resolution to this emotional storm defies prediction.
March 7: "Corporate America now desperately needs the powers associated with the poetic imagination not only to see its way through the present whirligig of change, but also, because poetry asks for accountability..."