Author: Carla Bastos
ISBN 978-1-951985-73-8 (softcover);
It was a year like none other. We learned to see ourselves, and each other, differently. We found new ways to do life. From the sublime to the ridiculous, the tragic to the absurd to the occasional ray of hope, the long, winding road that was the year 2020 is captured here in a series of essays. Thought-provoking and familiar, Bastos's writing encapsulates what we learned, and the work that is still left to do. Join her on a truth journey that will be uneasy, fun, and in the end will help us find the elusive good stuff that the year 2020 left us--if we so choose.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Carla Bastos is a freelance journalist and former newspaper editor. She is the author of A Life Alone and other works that boldly confront some of life's most uncomfortable truths. Known for her thorough research and honest observation, her many years of world travels and humanitarian work continue to inform thoughtful, wise and humorous commentary.
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