Book Review: The Heavy Work of Reckoning in Nadia Owusu’s ‘Aftershocks’

The memoir begins with a curiosity and attentiveness of seven-year-old Nadia that isn’t startling, isn’t unexpected of a child but is indeed, a meaningful (albeit costly) tool that proves effective as the writer navigates a life marked by changes, motion, violence and a kind of absence that drags its weight through the years – steadyContinue reading “Book Review: The Heavy Work of Reckoning in Nadia Owusu’s ‘Aftershocks’”