Sunspots is the powerful and melancholy story of a once-upon-a-time southern childhood, a family caught in the bright glare of the hot Miami sun. Carefree days are disrupted by unexpected storms. Memories softened and faded by time blend together pleasure, tragedy, and regret. The author transforms black-and-white images from the past into colorful reflections that evoke the universal truths of love and loyalty.
Mary May is a lifelong Floridian. Her poems and stories, many of which have been recognized and published, evoke a slow, sultry, southern tone. In workshops in Miami and Cocoa Beach, Mary May has inspired and mentored a community of novices and accomplished writers.