I especially love the rye emotion and the passion which you bring to us in truly unusal and thought-provoking ways.
Kurt Vonnegut: “Only now has a mother put into important poetry what it was like to have a grown son die of AIDS.”
Bebe Moore Campbell: "Charlotte Mayerson is both warrior and peacemaker. Her poems are a commemoration for the glorious dead, a rallying cry for the living.”
Robin Morgan: “Sharp, unsentimental, unflinching, and stunning.”
BWHBC Co-authors of Our Bodies, Ourselves: “An eye-opening excursion through heterosexual marriage in the U.S. middle class. With compassion leavened by wit, with engaging intelligence, Mayerson explores how women’s culture-laden expectations of marriage do and don’t help them. Many women will find themselves in these pages.”
May Sarton: “There is something gritty, humorous and realistic here that is utterly persuasive. The story is so absorbing that we live these two lives as we read, and only at the end realize with what tact and wisdom Mayerson has created a work of art, and how illuminating and moving it is.”