Published in 2016 by Moon Pie Press, Jeri Theriault's "Radost, My Red" reminds us the play of which the mind is capable, of language's resiliency and its brave joy - it takes us into dark places but it's fitting that its last word is "light". (Chris Bursk). Betsy Sholl, "of the many pleasures in Jeri's writing, perhaps the one I treasure most is her sense of language. Her English draws into its wide musical range the sounds of Eastern Europe, and the tonalities of her French Catholic childhood. In Theriault's deft hands - or ears - this language once again makes us human, becomes a marvelous lens through which to view our humanity". Paperback. 74 pgs.