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If you're all "Wait, I don't know @Kambri Crews! Is her memoir good?" -- IT IS. You can learn more here:

If you're all "Wait, I don't know @Kambri Crews! Is her memoir good?" -- IT IS. You can learn more here:

It’s not all laughs, though: As her parents’ marriage falls apart, the teenage Crews is forced to observe as her father’s behavior turns increasingly violent—including a brutal assault on her mother that is dismissed as a routine matter by local law enforcement. Decades later, long after Crews had put her hometown behind her, she found out that her father was now being accused of attempted murder, and she needed to decide whether to steer the police towards the files on that earlier incident. (It’s not a spoiler when I tell you that the memoir is framed by a contemporary account of visiting her father in prison.) Because the interview took place shortly after the revelations that Mike Daisey had fabricated several of the details in his dramatic monologue “The Agony and the Ecstacy of Steve Jobs,” we also talked quite a bit about the obligations of truth telling in memoir. ...

Full article: http://beatrice.com/wordpress/2012/04/22/life-stories-6-k...

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