A House White With Sorrow: Ballad for Afghanistan

In 1979, the Soviet Union blundered into Afghanistan, dragging the country into 30 years of war. A House White with Sorrow is a harrowing, elegiac story that conducts the reader on a tour of life during wartime. A tale of two cultures, two families, Afghan and American, and events that spawned the Taliban and shaped today’s tragic events. More

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About Jennifer Heath

Jennifer Heath is a writer, editor and curator, the author of numerous works of fiction and non-fiction, including SuperColón: Admiral of the Ocean Sea, illustrated by Kristine Smock, Black Velvet: The Art We Love to Hate, A House White With Sorrow, On the Edge of Dream: The Women of Celtic Myth and Legend, The Echoing Green: The Garden in Myth and Memory, The Scimitar and The Veil: Extraordinary Women of Islam. Her edited anthologies include The Veil: Women Writers on Its History, Lore, and Politics, Uncontained: Writers and Photographers in the Garden and on the Margins, Primal Picnics: Writers Invent Creation Myths for their Favorite Foods and Land of the Unconquerable: The Lives of Contemporary Afghan Women. Her traveling art exhibitions include Black Velvet: The Art We Love to Hate and The Veil: Visible and Invisible Spaces. www.theveilbook.com.

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