Rochelle Hurt’s Take on Known by Salt

I’m thrilled that Rochelle Hurt included Known by Salt in her round-up of books “A Year in Motherhood” in the Southern Indiana Review.  What an honor to appear alongside Camille Dungy, Patrica Smith, and others! Rochelle’s lyrical take of motherhood and grandmother-hood in Known by Salt is:

Mother of squelching shame with love. Mother of chicken bones and homemade clothes and trailer parks and Southern silt. Mother of generational understanding. Mother of women making their own beauty. 

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