Lynn Somerstein, reviewed The Sister From Below in the Winter 2010 Issue of the NAAP News. http://naap.org.
Lynn Somerstein writes, “I read voraciously; sometimes finding sisters, brothers, lovers, parents, selves inside the pages of books. My deepest of all of these leaped and raced with me in The Sister From Below….
"Chapter seven- Old Mother India blowing minds away, wearing a sapphire blue sari. Lowinsky writes,
Which one of us swallowed the other?
“And I feel again birthing the baby who became my son and not knowing if I was birthing or borning, if I was I or if I was my mother, and this is the territory, the “terrorstory” the muse stalks, the birthing ground, where your cells snort and breathe….”
And Chapter 9, titled ‘
“Lowinsky is a Jungian feminist writer artist analyst. Fearless and incandescent; this is her ground- and ours. Come visit.”