On Remembering His Mother
Andrew Glascoe has always had a prominent identity as a poet, art critic, and writer as his works have been featured in magazines and national newspapers before. However, one thing he had trouble identifying was who he was as a son.
His book, Nobody Knew She Was There, details Glascoe’s own family, with a particular focus on his relationship with his mother, a woman he realized he never truly got to know before a bout with Alzheimer’s removed her ability to recognize him.
For this month’s Featured Author, we’ve conducted a three-part interview that covers Glascoe’s history, his inspirations, as well as his thoughts on self-publishing.
Be sure to read our three-part interview with Andrew Glascoe (part 1, part 2, and part 3) on the AuthorHouse blog.