Check out my collection of short stories:
fragments of a fragmented life
The Voice of Humanity
Dana Macy’s moving collection of short, short stories, Fragments of a Fragmented Woman, render in haiku prose the voice of humanity. The author turns a piercing and poignant look on what and who are all around us and all too often go unnoticed.
– Catherine Ann Jones, Freud’s Oracle, The Way of Story, Heal Your Self with Writing
A Triumph of Brevity
This book was quite a surprise and I found myself greatly enjoying the micro chapters – the format in particular lent itself very well to my reading style. What was most enjoyable to me is that each story managed to be rich and detailed, despite being only a few paragraphs long. In one way, this invites the reader to fill in the finer details with their own experiences, which helps to develop an identification or ability to relate to each piece on a much greater level. At the very least I found myself envying some of the author’s experiences, while being very glad that I didn’t have to live through others.
Very well done indeed.