I'm not trying to say it's not a good place. It is—this house where I eat and breathe and stomp off the cold. The afternoon sun slants through a prism I hung on a curtain rod, scattering clean colors.
Moving from the intimate space of a cancer patient’s hospital bed to the national sacrifice zones of atomic bomb test sites, Sandra Steingraber’s Post-Diagnosis sets out to find Ground Zero in order to tell “the whole story of what happened.”
The author—a gifted young poet, a survivor of cancer in her twenties, a biologist with an environmental bent committed to cancer activism—writes about hope and renunciation, desire and determination
Ithaca, NY: Firebrand Books, 1995.
ISBN: 1-56341-057-5 (paperback)
ISBN: 1-56341-058-3 (cloth)
Copyright © 1995 by Sandra Steingraber