In the expanded 2nd edition of this work, Rosemarie Dombrowki's poetry dwells between the verbal and the nonverbal through her creation of gripping symbols to represent the everyday life she shares with her autistic son. The result is a lyrical, visceral dance that entices the reader into a music-world of language to sway together with Dombrowski and her son as they navigate the hostilities of medical specialists, the ignobilities of the body, and discover a makeshift communication of sounds and images, where we hang precariously, along with her, between the good days and the bad ones.
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Author's name is Rosemarie Dombrowski. You've misspelled her last name by leaving out the "s."