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At the age of twenty, Cheryl Wilder got behind the wheel when she was too drunk to drive. She emerged from the car physically whole. Her passenger, a close friend, woke up from a coma four months later with a life-changing brain injury. Anything That Happens follows her journey from a young adult consumed by shame and self-hatred to a woman she can live with... and even re ...more
Paperback, 82 pages
Published March 25th 2021 by Press 53
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Krista W
Mar 11, 2021 rated it it was amazing
A devastatingly beautiful collection. I don't know that I have ever heard of a book of poetry being called a page-turner, but I opened it when it arrived in the mail, expecting to just take a quick peek and read the rest as I had more time, and ended up sitting down and devouring it.

Just gorgeous.

Thank you, Cheryl, for this beautiful and vulnerable collection of your heart's work.
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Pamela Scott
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This is a new poet for me. Anything That Happens is a fantastic piece of work, an impressive blend of light and dark. At it’s core is a sequence of poems about a life-altering car crash the poet lived through which left her friend brain-damaged. These poems such as the title poem, Slipped 1, Slipped II and Sipped III are raw, visceral and almost painful to read. I really felt the pain of the poet’s experiences. There are also poems about life, love, expect
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