Book Talk: The Half-Life of Everything - with Deborah Gang at Sanibel Library
Book Signing: The Half-Life of Everything - with Deborah Gang
Gang was a practicing psychologist specializing in family relations for 30 years, so it’s not surprising she has insight into the human heart. The Half-Life of Everything is a fictional story of David, a 50-something happily-married man who watches his wife, Kate, disappear into Alzheimer’s as he falls in love with Jane. His wife undergoes an experimental trial and begins make cognitive gains. When there is talk about her returning home, David realizes he is in love with two people. When does a marriage end? What is a person to do when their spouse cannot be a spouse?
The public is invited to this Library Program. There is no registration required and no additional cost to participate.
About the Author:
The short fiction of Deborah Carol Gang has been published in Literarymama, Bluestem Journal and The Driftless Review.
Her poetry has appeared in JJournal/CUNY, New Verse News, The Michigan Poet, Arsenic Lobster, and The Liberal Media Made Me Do It.
Her research as a clinical psychologist has been published in Education and Treatment of Children.
Originally from Washington, D.C., she moved to St. Paul to attend Macalester College and then to graduate school in Kalamazoo, Michigan (Western Michigan University), where she remained for her work as a psychotherapist and because of her love of the Great Lake one hour to the West.
Still living in Kalamazoo, she now writes full-time. The Half-Life of Everything is her first novel.