The Great Barrier Reef Is Dying but so Are We
In The Great Barrier Reef Is Dying but so Are We, a cellist and actor weigh up the many facets of their marriage; of exes, of potentials, of the endurance of human relationships.
Leesa Cross-Smith is a homemaker and the author of Whiskey & Ribbons and Every Kiss A War. She lives in Kentucky.
Praise & Reviews
Cross-Smith writes with such pristine awareness and bright humor one wishes they could repeat every sentence like a spell. This story of desire, music, and transposition shows us love, more than anything, and all the unexpected places it may creep in. — T Kira Madden
Leesa Cross-Smith subtly conveys the power jealousy has over relationships. — Nada Sewidan, in Portland Review
In these beautiful stories, you’ll see yourself staring right back, mouthing the words, ‘Keep turning the pages. It’ll be okay—maybe not now, but someday.’ — Michael J Seidlinger
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