Inner Warfare

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Inner Warfare

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Fritz's freshman debut, Inner Warfare. Told as a prose memoir, her descent into mental instability takes the reader on a journey only she can see. "Now my mind was a cage that I couldn’t escape, and I was trying to cut my soul out of my body in hopes of getting some air."

Printed on trade paperback. 66pp. Cover Design by Jessica C. Barros.

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About the Author

Anissa Fritz is a journalist, researcher, and Ph.D student at Kansas University. Her essays have been presented at the University of Kansas and USC: Berkeley. Featured in  USA Today College  and  The Huffington Post,  Fritz has worked in professional newsrooms across the country including California and Philadelphia as a correspondent and editor.

Anissa Fritz is a journalist, researcher, and Ph.D student at Kansas University. Her essays have been presented at the University of Kansas and USC: Berkeley. Featured in USA Today College and The Huffington Post, Fritz has worked in professional newsrooms across the country including California and Philadelphia as a correspondent and editor.