In Memory of Hurricane Katrina: Aftermath Lounge {Book Review}

In Memory of Hurricane Katrina: Aftermath Lounge {Book Review}


Cynthia received a copy of Aftermath Lounge in exchange for this post.  All opinions expressed here are honest and her own.

Believe it or not, today is the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. This devastating hurricane destroyed 95% of the small coastal town of Pass Christian, Mississippi.

Acclaimed author and NEA recipient, Margaret McMullan, saw the destruction firsthand. Her family’s historic Gulf Coast home was one of the many homes destroyed. This devastation inspired Margaret to share in her new book, Aftermath Lounge, how people struggle with the ghost of Hurricane Katrina in her new story collection.

“Aftermath Lounge” short stories really place readers in the Gulf Coast and let them feel the destruction, the loss and also the love of families coping. This book also makes the stories come alive and up-close.

Aftermath Lounge offers a compelling tribute to Hurricane Katrina.

About the Author
A recipient of a 2010 NEA Fellowship in literature, a 2010 Fulbright at the University of Pécs in Pécs, Hungary, and the National Author Winner of the 2011 Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award, Margaret McMullan is the author of six award-winning novels, and editor of the new anthology Every Father’s Daughter. She currently holds the Melvin Peterson Endowed Chair in Literature and Writing at the University of Evansville in Indiana.

Aftermath Lounge can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and anywhere books are sold.

Cynthia Tait

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