In Today I Belong to Agnes Glen Sorestad chronicles the final years of an elderly parent, the journey from independence through increasing levels of care. He reveals the human side of the transition – the move from the family home, the eccentric sisterhood of a care home’s residents, and the fragile thread of memory that supports life.
About the author
One of Canada's most revered poets, Glen Sorestad has been writing for over 30 years from his Saskatchewan home. Also the co-founder and president of Thistledown Press, he helps to expose the talent of emerging western poets. Sorestad's work has appeared in countless journals across Canada, in the United States, Australia and Europe. Recently one of his stories was produced for the Bravo! cable network and another was broadcast on CBC Radio One. He holds a master's degree in education and has edited many short story and poetry anthologies.