In Her Hands

By Second Reaction

[Schroeder] forms with words the story of sculptor Augusta Savage the way she shapes her world with clay. He spins the bare facts into a wonderful illumination of her life. I am grateful to the author for choosing to invest in her history. Though she destroyed many pieces of her art, perhaps more of her work will be uncovered. It gives me hope that someone will pursue this stream of knowledge and widen it to the river that is her story. —”Second Reaction,” First Opinions/Second Reactions