Read an Excerpt from Sister Zero

In Sister Zero, a woman who never wanted children suddenly becomes a mother to her nine-year-old nephew after her sister commits suicide at age 34. Fifteen years later, the boy will also kill himself and in almost exactly the same manner.

Narrated through short prose sections and snippets of “advice” from Mister Ed (of the old television show), Sister Zero exhumes the sisters’ shared childhood for missed clues, interrogates memory’s accuracy, and interacts with a mother who’s disappearing into late-stage Alzheimer’s.

Click here to read an excerpt of Sister Zero by Nance Van Winckel.

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