Vintage, 9780679755227, 224pp.
Publication Date: March 14, 1995
Candid, passionate, and breathtakingly funny, Marion Winik maintains an unshaken belief that following one's heart is more important than following the rules -- and a conviction that the secrets we try to hide often contain the deepest truths.
"A born iconoclast, an aspiring artiste, a feminist vegetarian prodigal daughter, from early youth I considered myself destined to lead a startling life far outside the bounds of convention. I would be famous, dangerous, brilliant and relentlessly cool: a sort of cross between Emma Goldman, Jack Kerouac, and Georgia O'Keeffe.... So where did this station wagon come from?" -- from Telling
About the Author
Praise For Telling…
"Winik's voice is so true and clear and compassionate, we're happy to listen to any story she wants to tell."- Los Angeles Times Book Review
"Winik has an unpredictable, humorous, erratically spinning life and a straightforward, wry way of serving it up... Beneath every essay there is wit, humor and hope." -Houston Chronicle