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When Marie-Elsa Bragg was 6 years old, her mother took her own life. Now, years later, she returns to that night. A remarkable mixture of prose and poetry, partly a series of unsent letters to each of her parents, Sleeping Letters connects the writer to her childhood family, attempts to deal with her loss, and explores her own faith.
Marie-Elsa will be interviewed by Alison Gomm.
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