After the sudden death of her husband of thirty years --Steve "Sproutman" Meyerowitz-- author Beth Robbins turned to writing for comfort. And to Keats, Whitman, Melville, and Dickinson. What began as a mourning rite transformed into a lyrical, inspiring memoir of childhood, marriage, grief, and ultimately resurrection.
Beautifully read by award winning narrators Karen Allen with James Warwick this powerful audiobook shows us raw despair and its transformation into a hopeful, transcendent experience of life.
The true events of A Grief Sublime are being adapted into a short film directed by Academy Award winner Cynthia Wade.
This audiobook is followed by an exclusive interview with the author Beth Robbins and audiobook producer Alison Larkin.