Gretl Claggett recognized the silence people kept around the Sandusky case, even when they knew they should speak up. It was the same silence she grew up in.
About Gretl Claggett
Gretl Claggett's debut poetry collection, MONSOON SOLO: Voices Once Submerged, was published by WordTech Communications in January 2012. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her poetry, essays and interviews have appeared in journals, anthologies, and in online publications such as Head Butler and The Daily Beast. She blogs for She Writes, regularly reads and speaks in New York City, has been headlined at venues in London and Cambridge, and performed her poetry at the 2012 Spoleto Festival. Gretl teaches an ongoing memoir class at the 92nd Street Y, and she’s currently working on a short film and a novel. www.gretlclaggett.com