“Relative Distance” by David Pruitt

Reviewed by Faith Eidse A barbaric father forces three sons to travel the long road to normalcy in David Pruitt’s sibling memoir, Relative Distance. The story opens on a moment when all three sons are, separately, homeless. They’ve been rejected by a brutal father and abandoned by a mentally-ill mother. Told in first person, present […]

Faith Eidse

Faith Eidse, PhD, recently signed a Masthof Press publishing contract for her Kingsbury award-winning memoir, Deeper than African Soil, of surviving revolution, disease, and boarding school trauma while growing up among worlds in Congo, Canada and the U.S. She has published five fiction and non-fiction titles, including Florida’s oral history of 2007, Voices of the […]