The Inquiring Reader
Reviews, critiques, and thoughts

Kathleen Alcott

  • Natural Light

    Casually walking through a museum in New York City, a woman sees a lewd photograph of her mother who had passed away years before. She can't believe it. Her mother was a run-of-the mill sort of person, not what is on display in the photograph. She contacts her father looking for answers and attempts to cope with her mother's identity.