Praise for Lucy Ferriss's work:
“Vivid, compelling, as ineluctable as a Greek tragedy, A Sister to Honor illuminates the complexity of globalism's cultural disjunctions. . . . Lucy Ferriss's nuanced insight enables us to see this story from all sides -- a rare achievement.”
author of The Woman Upstairs
As I accelerated on the rise past the river, my car seemed to have suffered a stroke. Its legs—er, wheels—lost their bearings. The steering wheel wasn’t taking orders from me. And all on its own, the car executed a neat 180-degree turn, hopped sideways over the curb on the other side, and ended on the grassy slope, facing north.
My first thought was, So much unfinished.
I'll send you a copy of my forthcoming American Scholar essay, "Meditation on a Rat," and after that, one or two updates a year when I have a new story or article coming out.