The August edition of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition features Joni Foster talking about her book, When Normal Blew Up. Joni’s book is the creation of a personal memory built out of little more than found bits and pieces of remembrance blown across the landscape by a single catastrophic event in time—the senseless explosion of a bomb placed in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Building a Memory A review of Joni Foster’s When Normal Blew Up by Harold O. Wilson Joni Foster was nine years old on Saturday, April 15, 1967 when Lee Holbrook walked into Bingman’s Drug Store in Circleville, Ohio. He carried a smoking wooden box covered by his coat. Holbrook shouted he had a bomb and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.