Synopses & Reviews
Skeleton in the Closet's intimate portraits of women and men struggling with the secrets of anorexia and bulimia is both fine art monograph and memoir. Combining compelling photographs and personal stories, it gives the reader a compassionate, first-person look inside the minds of those who live with and try to leave behind an eating disorder.
Artist Fritz Liedtke-who relates the story of his own struggle with anorexia in his introduction-has created an award-winning series that includes women and men of all ages and ethnicities. Prefaced with a moving essay by award-winning novelist Gina Ochsner, this beautiful fine art book challenges stereotypes, and offers insight and hope to anyone wanting to better understand life with an eating disorder and the challenge of overcoming addiction.