Imprint: A Memoir of Trauma in the Third Generation by Claire Sicherman
When her son almost died at birth and her grandmother passed away, something inside of Claire Sicherman snapped. Sicherman grew up reading Anne Frank and watching Schindler’s List with almost no knowledge of the Holocaust’s impact on her specific family. With astounding grace and strength, Imprint is a testimony of the connections between mind and body, the past and the present—a story of love and survival, three generations later.
Claire Sicherman is a graduate of the creative non-fiction program at The Humber School for Writers. Her work has appeared in the anthology Sustenance: Writers from B.C. and Beyond on the Subject of Food, and on Zathom.com. She lives with her husband and son on Salt Spring Island.
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