Marlayna Glynn Brown & Liz Tucker Reading & Discussion: The Scattering of All: Tales from Extraordinary Survivors of Suicide Loss
Many of us have been touched by the suicide of a loved one,
family member, friend or neighbor, leaving us shocked and devastated.
authors Marlayna Glynn Brown and Liz Tucker for a reading and discussion from The Scattering of All: Tales
from Extraordinary Survivors of Suicide Loss. Marlayna contributed to and
compiled this moving collection of essays penned by 25 survivors of suicide
loss. Liz is a primary contributor to the book and will be reading from her
essay, as well as discussing how she survived the suicides of her mother, aunt,
ex-husband and several friends.
year in the United States approximately 40,000 people commit suicide, making it
the tenth leading cause of death, more than double the rate of homicide death.
For every completed suicide there are approximately six survivors, with 240,000
new suicide loss survivors created in the United States every year.
Glynn Brown is a suicide loss survivor, American memoirist and photographer
with degrees in literature and counseling. Her best-selling memoir collection
and photographs have garnered numerous awards, including a Next Generation
Indie Book Award in Overcoming Adversity.
Liz Tucker is a transpersonal ecopsychologist; human environment
designer; and conscious movement facilitator, curator, and producer who is
passionate about elevating the consciousness of the collective. Please visit www.liztucker.com to learn more