A woman: a mother, a wife, a daughter and more, who needs words to fix her mind, that could be anybody’s.
After Milk and Honey, All The Things I Never Said, The Sun and Her Flowers, The princess saves herself in this one and Uncaged Wallflower, a heartfelt and heartbreaking collection of poems about women, but not only that.
A new perspective on life is offered through the eyes of disability: deafness can help you to listen to the others, autism can help you to perceive the world.
Sarah Arenaccio was born in Rome (Italy) in 1983, the only child of a deaf couple.
She earned a Master’s Degree in English Literature at Roma Tre University.
As the mother of a non verbal autistic child, she is conducting an awareness-raising campaign on disability.
She currently lives in Rome with her husband, a naval architect and marine engineer, their two children and two cats.