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Denying Rampant Rape

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Ashley Warner, author of the award-winning rape memoir The Year After, is a licensed clinical social worker and board certified psychoanalyst specialized in trauma, anxiety, transitions, loss and sexual assault recovery. Originally from Chapel Hill, NC, she now lives and works in New York City.

About The Year After

With unflinching honesty and unsinkable spirit, The Year After offers a rare and intimate portrait of author Ashley Warner’s emotional journey following a rape at the age of 24.  Beginning with a candid account of the rape itself, the book accompanies Warner as the devastating effects of shock and trauma as well as the arduous experience of participating in criminal prosecution after the rapist is identified in a lineup take hold of her daily life, altering it -- and her -- irrevocably. 

The Year After received the 2014 Reviewers Choice Award for Best Memoir, and was a finalist in the 2014 International Book Awards’ Best Non-Fiction Narrative category.

Kirkus Reviews calls it “An honest, moving and inspirational memoir of recovery.”

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