Janet is an utterly personal book describing the human experience with purity, truth and guilelessness. That is how elegies work.
The elegy is a literary form dear to the human heart, for it’s the best reply we can summon to death’s speechlessness.
Janet is such a work, created by Bay Weekly contributing writer Al McKegg in honor of his wife, Janet.
With soaring highs and crashing lows, theirs was a love story made for literature. It was too cruel for real life.