Mortification: Writers' Stories Of Their Public Shame
Seventy letters written by some of today's most successful authors, including Margaret Atwood, Carl Hiaasen, and James Wood, relate their experiences of public humiliation, from a reading that was attended only by the writer's mother to a talk-show appearance that was upstaged by dysfunctional fellow guests.
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Fourth Estate in America
- ISBN-13: 9780007170586
- ISBN: 0007170580
- Publication Year: 2004