Synopses & Reviews
Deborah Garrison, whose work as an editor and writer has enlivened the pages of The New Yorker for more than a decade, evokes the characters and events of her everyday life with intense feeling and, more important, conjures up the universal dilemmas and pleasures of a young woman trying to come to terms with love and work.
The surprising national bestseller and "New York Times" Notable Book that "Newsweek" called "a wonderful collection, full of candor, bereft of b.s. It will speak both to women and those hunting for clues to the same."
About the Author
Deborah Garrison was born in Ann Arbor. She was educated at Brown University and New York University. She is now a senior nonfiction editor at The New Yorker, where she has worked since 1986. She and her husband and young daughter live in Montclair, New Jersey.