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Highwire Moon (Paperback)
A young Mexican mother struggles to reconnect with her child in America--a "heartrending, take-no-prisoners" novel (Publishers Weekly) and National Book Award finalist.
A vital and unsparing vision of America from National Book Award finalist Susan Straight. At three years old, Elvia was placed in foster care when her mother, Serafina, an undocumented migrant worker, was deported. Twelve years later, Serafina risks everything to return to the United States and the daughter she was forced to abandon.
About the Author
SUSAN STRAIGHT has published eight novels. She has been a finalist for the National Book Award and received the Robert Kirsch Award for lifetime achievement from the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, the O. Henry Prize, the Lannan Literary Award for Fiction, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. She was born in Riverside, California, where she lives with her family. Her latest book is In the Country of Women, a memoir. Find out more at susanstraight.com.