Billy Mo is a writer and performer who took a long break from life to learn how to live.
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Billy M's Reviews
Letters, Summer 1926: Boris Pasternak, Marina Tsvetayeva, Rainer Maria Rilke
by: Boris Pasternak, Marina Tsvetayeva, Rainer Maria Rilke, Jamey Gambrell
In communion, these three move fluidly between time and space, awake and dream, and possibly life and death, to a plane beyond our understanding. They speak to and from the soul and our crude bodies no longer matter.
In reading their words, we have an opportunity to brush against that place beyond any we have known and it offers us sweet nourishment, if only for a brief moment.
The Animals: Love Letters Between Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy
by: Christopher Isherwood
The animals is a beautiful exchange of love which was quite unconventional for its time. Despite their Thirty-year age gap, Isherwood and Bachardy created a deep intimacy which lasted for nearly three decades.View In Store
LIT: A Memoir
by: Mary Karr
In this raw and humorous coming-of-adulthood memoir, Mary Karr explores what it's like to live anxiously as a liar in a world where she continually feels inadequate. She juggles and struggles with alcoholic parents, robotic in-laws (and husband) and motherhood while trying to find a balance between her survival job and her dream career. By eventually coming to terms with the reality of her own life, she's able to cope with her anxiety and feelings of inadequacy.View In Store