“little wife: the story of gold is memoir as memoir ought to be—it’s structured the way memory works, in flashes that boom and bloom. Nuova Wright wields lightning here, drawing grief and bravery out of the past, building a fire-bridge toward survival and bold joy.”
Cathy Wagner, Professor of Creative Writing, Miami University
Gold sat down in a diner to tell herself a story. Her own story: birth, her early life, and the black smoke where no memories would come. Gold decided to chase the smoke. In it she found answers, ancestors, and what she didn’t know she’d been looking for—her selves.
Join Nuova Wright on a poetic excavation of self, memory, and time.