Gravity Is Stronger Here is a creative nonfiction montage made from photographs by American photographer Phyllis B. Dooney and docu-poems by writer Jardine Libaire; it’s a book about looking for America in America. In 2011, Dooney visited Greenville, Mississippi, starting a five-year-long documentary project featuring Halea (who is openly gay) and her dynamic Southern American family. The Browns dream out...
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