Sunrises at Midnight is a collection of poetry and prose divided into seven parts with poems that soothe heartache in the darkest of midnights, inspiring comfort within its tenderness of love. Its ethereal poetic lyricism explores universal and sensual intimacies in a transformative sojourn, guiding readers to the sunrise of healing and empowerment’s freedom reminding us, though broken by loss, we are not alone. As the sun, we too shall rise again.
Gin Love Thompson Ph.D. is a poet, author, psychotherapist, nationally recognized relationship and trauma specialist, ancient wisdom teacher and activist. Gin is a highly sought after expert in her fields having been featured on The TODAY Show, Huffington Post, Everyday Health, Chicago Tribune, Prevention, Glamour, Women’s Health, Fitness, Travel + Leisure, Men’s Health, Woman’s Day and more.
A lifelong social justice activist and educator, Gin was a member of the Official Trayvon Martin Coalition and movement from its inception, also served as representative and consultant bringing national attention to African-American Private Firefighter Mikel Neal's 2015 noose case in Marion, Indiana, the home of the infamous 1930 lynching of Thomas Shipp and Abram Smith pictured on Public Enemy’s Hazy Shade of Criminal album cover along and additional cases.