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About the author:
Rochelle Lynn Holt, born and raised in Chicago, has been an author/editor/lecturer/educator/counselor/book reviewer for forty+, thirty and twenty-five years, respectively, more or less. She was a stone sculptor and painter in the 80s and early 90s. She also was a dancer in the 70s.
Her friend Anais Nin titled her in a letter, "The Queen of Creativity."
Her books in all genres have been published annually since 1970.
Most recent include: Cuts, a novel memoir (IL: Scars Pubs & Design '12) a sequel to Panes: Fiction as Therapy (CA: CPU Press '90); Death of an Angel (Scars '11), a lyrical memorial dedicated to Olga G. Holt, the author's late mother and co-collaborator: With Promises to Keep, a family saga and Three Southwest Mysteries.
Pointing to the Moon, a bio-novel of 600 p. incorporates the letters of her late best friend, Virginia Love Long, of Bushy Fork, North Carolina. Anais Nin: An Understanding of her Art (Scars '09) is an expanded second edition critical study of Holt's friend/mentor. Whistling in the Dark & Weight of Happiness (Chiron Review Press '10) are two humorous novellas in one novel-of-the-future
Lost in an Echo
Rochelle Lynn Holt
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LOST IN AN ECHO is a novel journal by Rochelle Lynn Holt about an aging dancer
who confronts new purpose through a year of reflection.
- Publication Date:
- 1483905799 / 9781483905792
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Non-Classifiable / Non-Classifiable