"I have a very personal feeling about this book. It touches me and grants me the privilege of access to its romantic heroine's inner life as she arrives at a post-Woodstock womanhood in Hoboken, no less." -Bob Fass, WBAI-FM
"Wetzel's writing style is easy and conversational, her scenes realistic. She does more than bring the reader to her characters; she brings her characters to the reader." The Westfield Leader
About the Author
Florence Wetzel was born in 1962 in Brooklyn, New York. She grew up in Westfield, New Jersey, and attended Barnard College in New York City, where she studied with writer B. J. Chute. She is the author of several novels, as well as a book of poems and memoir tales. Ms. Wetzel is also a jazz journalist: she is also the coauthor of clarinetist Perry Robinson's autobiography, and she writes CD and book reviews for AllAboutJazz.com and SquidsEar.com.