by Amoun Sleem

When I was a child selling postcards to tourists, I never thought I would write a book. Being raised in the Gypsy culture was like a movie with sweet parts mixed with painful times. In my childlike thinking, I had no idea how that drama would continue or how it would end. Looking back to the change from that childhood to becoming Director of the Domari Center gave me an incentive to tell my story and show the world what it is like to be a Gypsy woman.