Showcasing the fruits of creativity from illness, this duologue and poetry collection addresses the last months of author Malca Litovitz's life and her devotion to writing. Life, love, and death are all reflected upon in unshielded, intimate language without pretence. Raw and moving, this poetry collaboration inspires appreciation for those living and love for those lost.
Malca Litovitz's first book in 1988 won the Canadian Jewish Book Award in 2000. She passed away in 2005. Elana Wolff has published seven previous books with Guernica Editions and a selected bilingual collection of poems with Editions du Noroit. Menachem Wolff is a dentist in private practice.