“Liisa Kovala has achieved something extraordinary in telling her father’s remarkable story: she has turned living history into living art. Surviving Stutthof reads like a novel, but there is never any question that it is delivering a universal truth.”
— Wayne Grady, Award-winning author of Emancipation Day.
It’s official! Surviving Stutthof: My Father’s Memories Behind the Death Gate, published by Latitude 46 Publishing, was launched into the world.
It was so important to me that I recorded my father’s memories of his wartime experiences for my children (and future grandchildren) and I’m so honoured to share them with readers. Learn more about Surviving Stutthof here.
In my writing travels I’ve explored the doubts and joys that come with a writing life, learned about self-publishing, transitioned to traditional publishing, and embarked on new explorations of the written word. From memoir to short stories, novels to plays, I continue to discover how much I don’t know. But, I’m working on it. Check out my blog where I share some of my writing experiences.
I’ll keep you posted …