A new memoir by LYNETTE LAMB
“I was carried along and couldn’t put it down…beautifully written, spare and lush…honest and caring and truthful.”
—Marge Ostroushko, public radio producer and co-creator of Giving Voice Chorus
When Lynette Lamb’s 45-year-old husband suffered a severe stroke, the future looked bleak for both of them, and for their grade school-age daughters.
In Strokeland, Lamb shares the unvarnished truth about how they lived through a devastating medical event and learned to live with a life-changing disability.
Ten percent of the cover price of each copy of Strokeland will be donated to MnCAN (Minnesota Connect Aphasia Now).
Lynette Lamb has been a magazine writer and editor for more than 30 years, including at Utne Reader and Minnesota Monthly magazines, and the spouse of a stroke survivor for 15 years.
Lamb and her husband, Robert Gerloff, are the parents of two adult daughters and live in Minneapolis. Strokeland is her first book.