Michelle Lynne Kosilek


The author is a native of Chicago. She has been writing poetry, music, and short stories since she was in her late teens, the process always interrupted by one painful reality or another. After receiving a Bachelor's Degree in Counseling Psychology, she worked in the substance abuse field, furthering her education until her arrest in 1990. She is currently working on the final volume of a fictional trilogy, Ghosts of Our Mothers. It is a saga that celebrates the universality of the female experience, regardless of disparate circumstances. She can be reached by mail at the following address:
PO Box 43, Norfolk, MA 02056


Grace's Daughter
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 103,010. Language: English. Published: January 21, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Personal memoir
Sentenced to life in a men’s prison for killing her former therapist in self-defense, a transgendered woman battles for 20 years for gender-affirming surgery. The memoir begins with the author realizing that she is a girl at age three, and culminates in a legal victory made possible by what can only be described as Grace in action. This beautiful memoir is not only an expose, but a story of hope.

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child abuse    crime    criminolgy    family    forgiveness    gender    hope    prison    psychology    relationships    transgender    women