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  • Written by Herself: Volume Iby Jill Ker Conway

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 21.00

    The bestselling author of The Road from Coorain presents an extraordinarily powerful anthology of the autobiographical writings of 25 women, literary predecessors and contemporaries that include Jane Addams, Zora Neale Hurst, Harriet Jacobs, Ellen Glasgow, Maya Angelou, Sara Josephine Baker, Margaret Mead, Gloria Steinem, and Maxine Hong Kingston.... more...

  • My Mother Wore A Yellow Dressby Christina McKenna

    Neil Wilson Publishing 2004; US$ 14.57

    'I learned about conflict from my parents.' So begins Christina McKenna's haunting memoir of her lonely early life. Recounting scenes from her chlldhood in Ulster, she paints a memorable and poignant picture of violence and oppression with her  brutal father and protective mother, whose retalliation to her husband's meaness came in the form... more...

  • Henna for the Broken Heartedby Sharell Cook

    Pan Macmillan Australia 2011; US$ 19.99

    How far would you go to change your life? Sharell Cook is 30 years old and living a privileged life in Melbourne's wealthy suburbs. She has it all: the childhood-sweetheart husband, the high-powered job and plenty of cash to splash. And it's not destined to last. In a dramatic turn of events, Sharell's marriage breaks down and her perfect life falls... more...

  • A Field Full of Butterfliesby Rosemary Penfold

    Orion 2011; US$ 9.99

    Gypsy tales from the SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author... Rosemary Penfold was born in 1938 in a traditional Gypsy wagon, and grew up in the fields of the English countryside. In this beautiful and evocative memoir, she recounts her life within a loving extended family and small but close-knit community. From early memories of her father bringing... more...

  • The Mighty Queens of Freevilleby Amy Dickinson

    Hodder & Stoughton 2010; US$ 9.99

    Amy Dickinson's advice column, 'Ask Amy', appears daily in more than 150 newspapers across the USA, read by more than 22 million readers. Her motto is 'I make the mistakes so you don't have to'. In The Mighty Queens of Freeville , Amy Dickinson takes those mistakes and spins them into a remarkable story. This is the tale of Amy and her daughter... more...

  • Wife in the Northby Judith O'Reilly

    Penguin Books Ltd 2008; US$ 11.27

    How far would you go to be the perfect mother? The hilarious Wife in the North by Judith O'Reilly , based on her enormously popular blog, recounts one woman's attempt to move her family and her life from cosmopolitan London to rural Northumberland. Maybe hormones ate her brain. How else did Judith's husband persuade her to give up her career and... more...

  • An Educationby Lynn Barber

    Penguin Books Ltd 2009; US$ 10.14

    When the journalist Lynn Barber was 16, she was picked up at a bus-stop by an attractive older man who drew up in his sports car - and her life was almost wrecked. A bright confident girl, on course to go to Oxford, she began a relationship which, incredibly, was encouraged by her conventional, suburban parents and which took her into the louche,... more...

  • A Boy I Once Knewby Elizabeth Stone

    Algonquin Books 2002; US$ 15.95

    One morning, a box was delivered to Elizabeth Stone's door. It held ten years of personal diaries and a letter that began "Dear Elizabeth, You must be wondering why I left you my diaries in my will. After all, we have not seen each other in over twenty years . . ." What followed was a remarkable year in Elizabeth's life as she read Vincent's diaries... more...

  • Dark at the Rootsby Sarah Thyre

    Counterpoint 2008; US$ 14.99

    As a middle child raised middle class and stuck out in the middle of Louisiana, hilarious writer and actress Sarah Thyre often found her in-between existence far less than desirable. Even from a young age, Sarah found ways of shirking her own hated identity whether by stealing someone else's or lying about her own. She changed her name, claimed to... more...

  • Ordinary Lifeby Kathlyn Conway

    Henry Holt and Co. 1996; US$ 8.99

    This book is a striking departure from the literature of illness as well as a remarkable literary work in its own right. The stories we typically hear about people coping with serious illness are set up as heroic tales that emphasize the victim's triumph over adversity or even portray the experience of illness as a transformative event that makes... more...