Montreal poet Robyn Sarah's memoir recounts a lifetime with the piano

You don’t need to be a musician to appreciate Music, Late and Soon. Anyone who has ever felt a vocation for something, pursued it, misplaced it, then tried to summon it again is apt to identify with Sarah’s story.
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