perience, authors Pearl Wolfe and Evelyn Anderton set about untangling the insidious web of domestic violence — speaking up, supporting survivors, and educating others. Now, the pair turn to fiction, in their new novel, Walk Out the Door. The book is a moving portrait of domestic violence victims and the real-world silences that neglect survivors in the hopes of unraveling harmful stereotypes.
Wolfe and Anderton have over two decades of experience with issues related to violence against women between them and grew up in homes embedded in domestic violence and child abuse. They hope Walk Out . . .