Say Yes Quickly
A Cancer Tapestry
by Mary Bradish O'Connor
This book of well crafted poems and short prose pieces describes
the experience of being diagnosed, treated and living with cancer.
96 pages, 6" x 9", full-color cover, 1997. Pot Shard Press is now an imprint of Bored Feet.
ISBN 0-9656052-1-3 trade paper
Price reduced! Originally published at $12.95
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