portion of the artwork for Ethel Rohan's comments

Ethel Rohan’s Comments

These three works draw on my experiences, to varying degrees: The repeated broken glass in “Shatter”; my brother’s long-ago accident in “Kriegspiel”; and vigils by my mother’s bed in “Mammy”; but they are less autobiography and more about my obsessions, about my trying to make sense of things, about what angers and frightens me.  

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FRiGG: A Magazine of Fiction and Poetry | Issue 29 | Summer 2010