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Author: Ellis Avery
ISBN13: 978-1928589242
Title: The Smoke Week: Sept. 11-21, 2001
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Language: English
Category: Americas
Publisher: Gival Press, LLC; First Edition edition (October 2, 2003)
Pages: 96

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Notable Book, 2004 Writers Notes Book Award for Culture Walter Rumsey Marvin Award for Emerging Writers, Ohioana Library Association. The Smoke Week: Sept. 11-21, 2001 tells the story of the week of 9/11 and what New Yorkers saw, felt, and experienced during this tragedy. Ellis Avery’s award-winning memoir is both personal and stands as a document of this historic nightmare. Maxine Hong Kingston, author of The Fifth Book of Peace

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Notable Award 2004 Writers Notes Book Award for Culture & Winner of the Ohioana Library's Walter Rumsey Marvin Award--A New Yorker's personal account of the events of the worse terrorist attack the USA has ever faced.-- "Here is Witness. Here is Testimony."--Maxine Hong Kingston
Reviews: 3
Wonderful book. This book brings back memories from that horrific week. While I was in Atl and could only imagine and empathize, I could have never imagined living in NYC during this time. The book is a reminder of impact of the WTC attacks had on New Yorkers and how they coped that first week.
This is a beautiful book of lyrical diary entries from Sept. 11 and the ensuing week. The writer is deeply thoughtful and compassionate; an epicure and a true lover of New York City in all its variety, its bohemianism, its verve and democratic spirit--all of which are captured in short but rich prose poems. I was moved over and over by the empathy that informs Avery's portraits of the burning towers, of grieving relatives and friends, of people passed on the street, of her beloved Sharon. And I am convinced that a major press would have taken this book if the author weren't forthright about her lesbianism (more power to her for it); truly, this little book deserves to become a classic among artistic responses to the events of Sept. 11. Read it and remember why we live, why we love our country, and what matters most in our lives: kindness, appreciation of other people and cultures, the embrace of non-violence whenever possible.
I read this book slowly: it was too compelling to not want to read, too beautiful to stop and too hard to read in one swallow. It is personal and intimate. But it gives a much deeper appreciation of not only one woman's experience of that trauma, but also what the nation must have felt. I recommend it to anyone who wants a personal account of that time. Something much deeper, more heartfelt and ultimately more sane and thoughtful than any kind of "war on terror" reactionary work that might be out there.