Sarah Gerard is the author of the essay collection Sunshine State and the novel Binary Star, which NPR calls “a hard, harrowing look into inner space.” She writes a monthly column on artists' notebooks for Hazlitt.
“Was it okay to write about keeping a notebook when Joan Didion already did that? Or puberty? Or anorexia?”
The night before our class, nine people were shot to death in Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. I suddenly felt ill-equipped to lead the discussion.
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