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Finding Comfort in Other People's Words: A Journey into a Woman's Reconciliation with the Self
Cariza Opana provides readers with a poetic exploration of pain and trauma Her new book is a guidepost for those seeking self-healing and personal growth.
"In Cariza, I found someone who delved into her darkness and tried to understand her monsters in the best way she knew how: by writing them into the light; slaying them, and writing with their blood as ink on a page," said Filipina author Reina Bambao.
Ms. Opana makes use of her candid poetic voice to address a series of issues of immense importance in contemporary society, ranging from self-acceptance to depression and healing. In an oft-overwhelming world, she proves that the aesthetic representation of personal grief and experience is still a valid mechanism for individual and collective reckoning.
Ms. Opana's invitation is unapologetic:
Moonchild Press Publishing is proud to publish Ms. Opana's first book. We are sure that she will continue to enlighten others by channeling her emotional complexity and creativity into her writing.
Cariza Opana is a writer based in Washington, DC. Born and raised in the Philippines, she always has a heart and soul for telling stories that she hopes would inspire, comfort, and take people places. Her works have been featured and published in numerous platforms and publications, including Thought Catalog, Eternal Remedy, Inflection, and Vagabomb.
To the Sun, Moon, and Stars is available for preorder in Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, and IndieBound.
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Page Updated Last on: Aug 06, 2018