A Pro Memoir to Blow Your Mind and Break Your Heart

Wednesday, February 6th, 2008

By Rachel

Obviously, the story of the hour (and day, week, month, and year) is the Six-Word Memoir Book. But if you’ve already read ‘em, written ‘em, and bought a hundred and six books, you might be craving something longer. Click over to Memoirville for an excerpt from Felicia Sullivan’s new book The Sky Isn’t Visible From Here. It’s poetic, personal, and powerful, and its courageous author reveals even more of her story in an intense interview. Don’t miss it!

One response

  1. LC says:

    I wrote all of these in the span of ten minutes:

    Took til thirty to get it.
    Being alone is pretty damn great.
    Just one night with Dirk. Please?!
    World (dad) died on September fourteenth.
    Still waiting for toes to curl.
    Still waiting to start living. Ugh!
    Lives cheap, but I finally has savings.
    Need to remember Counting Crows lyric.
    Wished I wrote ‘The Loner’s Manifesto’.

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