[Book Review] A Ghost at Heart's Edge: Stories and Poems of Adoption

Amy Klatzkin reviews A Ghost at Heart's Edge, a literary anthology of adoption poems edited by Susan Ito & Tina Cervin that honors the diversity of adoption.


While adoption as a plot device pervades popular culture from Shirley Temple to Star Wars, it’s rarely the stuff of serious contemporary fiction or poetry. Or so I thought until I read A Ghost at Heart’s Edge, the dazzling literary anthology edited by Susan Ito and Tina Cervin.


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