About Tracy’s “When Organ Becomes Metaphor,” Stephanie Elizondo Priest writes, ” . . . It is an essay, braiding many strands, about the heart, about loss, and about how women are not really trusted in the medical field to tell the truth of their own bodies and what it means to advocate. . . . This is an essayist who’s like an expert weaver, braiding the strands really tightly and neatly throughout . . . Ultimately, it’s an essay in forgiveness, beautifully spun.”