Tag: memoir

Janet Malcolm’s Dangerous Method

What she doesn’t say, but is everywhere implied, is that the task “of housecleaning (of narrating)” leaves as many marks of the writer’s own personality—conscious or unconscious—as do the choices we make about decorating our own homes. This, of course, restates Malcolm’s enduring insight: that journalism (like biography) is a kind of theft. Journalists and […]

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Former First Lady Michelle Obama To Launch Podcast Inspired By Memoir ‘The Light We Carry’

NewsOne Featured Video Source: Paras Griffin / Getty Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s New York Times best-selling book The Light We Carry has sparked empowering dialogue about the power of perseverance in the midst of uncertainty. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Chicago native is bringing those crucial conversations to audio through the creation of […]

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