Peter Meinke, The Piano Tuner, Zinc Fingers
In this album of wonderfully witty and poignant essays, S.Tiberghien captures stories from thirty-five years of family life in Europe. The collection describes a love story and from that matrix a meditation about many kinds of love. Light and dark days, funny and momentous ones are celebrated as faith and an energetic capacity for friendship define the familýs cross-cultural path. The pages fly by and before we know it, the six children have grown. In the new silence, familiar footsteps insist that she write.
WallisWilde-Menozzi, Mother Tongue, An American Life in Italy
Susan M. Tiberghien, American-born writer living in Switzerland, has published two memoirs, Looking for Gold (Daimon Verlag, 1997) and Circling to the Center (Paulist Press, 2001) and many narrative essays in journals and anthologies. She teaches workshops for the International Women's Writing Guild and C.G. Jung Centers in the USA, and for the Geneva Writers' Group and writers' conferences in Europe.