TITLE : AMERICAN BEDROOM
AUTHOR : BARBARA PEACOCK
After seven years of work, Barbara Peacock is ready to publish “American Bedroom,” a book in which she portrays Americans in their bedrooms. She has traveled all over the country and has managed to capture people in an intimate and almost confessional manner. What she presents us with are a collection of short stories that depict who these people are, creating a map of the diversities that make up the United States.
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Nicole & Sven _ages 38 & 42 (Atlanta, Georgia)
“We are tattered and distressed, emotionally wiped, just lost a baby, and repairing our relationship. We were made for each other from across the oceans, we found each other.”
Laverne and James_ages 72 & 74 (Big Stone Gap, Virginia)
“Finding love late in life has taught me many lessons including not to be shy or embarrassed by my body. It is freeing to say I am big, bold, and beautiful!”
Cai and Claire_ ages 28 & 29 (Bliss, Idaho)
‘“Dismantle and rebuild (the urge to destroy is a creative urge, a natural reset) build a home in you, a home in me. Together home is always growing, always being redefined-dismantled, and rebuilt. We see each other, we make space for each other. And here, we are always safe inside.”
Mek_age 29 – (Siberian-Yupik Tribe) Anchorage, Alaska
“While my physical parts feel safe among my living space, rested against a pillow, my heart yearns for my home, my community, our land.” ( Nunammi- on the land.)
Jeremiah_age 45 (Kauai, Hawaii)
“By choice, I have slept in the grass for 6 years. My body is cleansed and pure.
When I leave, I leave no trace.”
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