Say Her Name
Read an extraordinarily adaptation in this week’s issue of The New Yorker In the summer of 2007, acclaimed writer Francisco Goldman’s young wife Aura Estrada died from injuries sustained in a surfing accident on a beach in Mexico. Blamed for Aura’s death by her family and blaming himself, Goldman wanted to die too. But instead, he wrote Say Her Name–a deeply personal novel about Aura and his life with her, weighing the glorious gifts of their shared journey against its heavy costs. “Wrenching, funny, powerful, beautiful.”—Annie Proulx
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