Dear Mr. Andrews by Lotte Latham is a memoir about sex work and sugar dating, from Guts Publishing, a feisty independent publisher in London.
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INTERVIEW: Rachel Rueckert, Author of East Winds: A Global Quest to Reckon with Marriage
I wrote the shitty first draft. And it was very much the, this is what happened draft.
INTERVIEW: Alice Hattrick, Author of “Ill Feelings”
Ill Feelings tells the story of how women are often labeled “hysterical” and waved off by the medical profession.
INTERVIEW: Tanya Frank, Author of Zig-Zag Boy: A Memoir of Madness & Motherhood
Zig-Zag Boy by Tanya Frank is a collective book, giving voice to all families who have experienced this often terrifying and jarring experience.
INTERVIEW: Candace Cahill, Author of GOODBYE AGAIN
Goodbye Again, a memoir by Candace Cahill, is a welcome addition to the canon of adoption stories.
INTERVIEW: Gayle Brandeis, Author of Drawing Breath: Essays on Writing, the Body, & Loss
Leslie Lindsay speaks to author Gayle Brandeis about her latest book, Drawing Breath: Essays on Writing, the Body & Loss.
INTERVIEW: Mary Alice Hostetter, Author of Plain: A Memoir of a Mennonite Girlhood
We speak with Mary Alice Hostetter about Plain, her memoir of finding her authentic self amid a rigid upbringing in a Mennonite farm family.
INTERVIEW: Elizabeth Damewood Gaucher, Founding Editor of Longridge Review
We speak with Elizabeth Damewood Gaucher, founder and editor-in-chief of Longridge Review.
INTERVIEW: Deirdre Fagan, Author of Find a Place for Me
Find a Place for Me: Embracing Love and Life in the Face of Death is a memoir about facing a marriage’s last act as a couple united in mind and holding hands
INTERVIEW: Juliet Patterson, Author of SINKHOLE: A Natural History of a Suicide
Sinkhole: A Legacy of Suicide by Juliet Patterson is part-investigation, part- memoir, part-ecological, and pure poetry.