About the Book
When the Wolves Come After You Hang On is about suffering and living with chronic pain and multiple health issues. It's about living with neurological, immunological problems and debilitating fatigue, to the point of being isolated and housebound at its worst. It's also about the journey we all take, sometimes alone, to find hope through the hopelessness, and enduring trials with grace.
BIO: The poems of Pris Campbell have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including PoetsArtists, Rusty Truck, Bicycle Review, Chiron Review, and Outlaw Poetry Network. She was nominated three times for a Pushcart Prize. The Small Press has published six collections of her poetry and Clemson University Press a seventh one, a collaboration. A former Clinical Psychologist, sailor and bicyclist until sidelined by ME/CFS in 1990, she makes her home in the Greater West Palm Beach, Florida.