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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