Josef Koudelka's photographs are so hauntingly beautiful that they'll probably stick with you for life. Told by a friend at a stage of maturity when people are frequently surprised by life's unexpected turns, this book argues that life isn't bound by the way we think it should be. Koudelka and this friend both turned to journalism after experiencing life's tragic episodes at a young age.
It was a pleasure for me to be with Alexa when she made her first tape, "What do I Say to a Vaca?" I enjoyed every minute of that recording, and she learned so much from listening to the feedback we got from so many listeners. She did it again, and now it's time for you to try it.
Chapter One begins with a young girl on the brink of becoming a woman, walking home to her neighborhood and finding a used condom on the ground. Then something weird starts to happen. All the action, some sensually-charged passages, and the perfect presaging of what's to come. This one is a must-read for fans of "Female Sexuality" by Barbara Rose. d2c66b5586