Blind: A Memoir is Cipriani's moving account of his readjustment to life as a gay man in a new, dark city. Written in an almost conversational style, the author shares his hopes of regaining his sight through numerous surgeries. For a while, he still had limited vision. But one day, he was forced to face the truth about what had been done to him. His quiet acceptance of his fate, and his determination to live life to it's fullest, are inspirational.
—Chicago Windy City Times
Belo writes both creative non-fiction and short fiction across several genres with the help of adaptive technology. To read and edit, he uses a desktop application for the blind called JAWS and a talking dictionary device called Franklin. Belo was born in...