Cover Photo: photo courtesy of the author
photo courtesy of the author

Searching for the Internment Camp Where My Father Was Held

The phrase used was “barbed wire fever”—what we now call post-traumatic stress disorder.

Linda Mannheim’s most recent publication is the Kindle Single Ghosts: Managua 1986. Her short story collection, Above Sugar Hill (Influx Press), is set in the New York neighborhood where she grew up. Her novel Risk (Penguin) is about a relationship being reexamined during South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings. Linda's stories have appeared in Ambit, Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, and New York Stories. She lives in London.

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