Field Notes From the Flood Zone
Heather Sellers has appeared widely in the media for her nonfiction writing, in particular for her memoir You Don't Look Like Anyone I Know , which describes her family history with mental illness and her diagnosis of prosopagnosia (face-blindness) in her late 20s. She has appeared on Dateline, Dick Gordon's The Story, Good Morning America, NPR's All Things Considered, Rachel Ray, and The Today Show as well as local radio and television programs in New York City and Tampa Bay, Florida. Strong regional appeal in the South, with particular appeal in Florida and other cities along the Gulf Coast. Along with shifts in the natural landscape, Sellers's poems chronicle the shifts in her community as thousands of people move to Florida-"That's a whole Pittsburg dropped here on this fragile, slender peninsula each year," she notes. "I'm as interested in the behavior of the humans around me as I am in the clouds, reptiles, and vines."Publication will coincide with Earth Day 2022.
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