The Tides of Success: A Two-Artist Marriage Confessional
You loved his talent first. You hope that he will not love you less, for all that you do not now achieve.
given the author’s sales record . . .
given the mutations of the market . . .
given the political-socio book-buying bookselling disposition of the present hour . . .
given the president . . .
given the coming asphyxiation of the planet . . .
Beth Kephart is the award-winning author of three dozen books in multiple genres and an award-winning teacher at the University of Pennsylvania. Her new memoir in essays is Wife | Daughter | Self (Forest Avenue Press). Her new craft book is We Are the Words: The Master Memoir Class, from which this essay was adapted. More at bethkephartbooks.com.
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