Get Down to Work or God Help You: Reading Etty Hillesum
When Etty wrote to herself, I heard her speaking to me, and I took her words to heart.
An Interrupted Life
yes! I want this.
Janet Frishberg lives in a bunny-grey room in San Francisco and is currently at work on a memoir about grief, writing, and friendship. Her writing has been published in places including Electric Literature, The Rumpus, and Joyland Magazine. She's on Twitter @jfrishberg.
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