Memoir

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STRUNG OUT: A First Look At Ask Erin's Much Anticipated Memoir

Ravishly presents an exclusive look at the cover and excerpt from of Strung Out, our very own Erin Khar's inspiring and enlightening memoir. Read...
Ravishly Staff    |   07.11.19   |   SHARE
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Photo courtesy of Jennifer Pastiloff.

On Being Human: An Interview with Jennifer Pastiloff

Jennifer Pastiloff wants to help people. And by people, I mean pretty much everyone on the planet. Read...
Jane Ratcliffe    |   06.4.19   |   SHARE
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Just Walk: An Excerpt From The Buddha Sat Right Here

Here I have one task — walk. No schedules to keep. No to-do list. Nobody paging me or pulling at my attention. Read...
Dena Moes    |   03.21.19   |   SHARE
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T Kira Madden, Photo credit: Jac Martinez

How T Kira Madden’s ‘Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls’ Made Me Stop Playing the Grief Olympics 

T Kira Madden’s debut, Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls, shifted my understanding of myself to a degree I’ve never experienced. Read...
Lilly Dancyger    |   03.5.19   |   SHARE
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Esmé Weijun Wang Strips Away The Caricature of Schizophrenia

Freeing a human experience from of the muck of its stereotypes is especially important with something like the schizophrenias. Read...
Lilly Dancyger    |   02.5.19   |   SHARE
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Eulogies For The Living

A eulogy is an expression of love through grief. I wrote my eulogies in direct address — they are love letters for a love story that isn’t over yet. Read...
Molly Harris    |   10.31.18   |   SHARE
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I suggest that no story, whether it’s fiction or nonfiction, is real. (Photo by Patrick Fore on Unsplash)

Fact And Fiction Are Different Truths

The more I read, the more I’m convinced that there’s no meaningful difference between fiction and the memoir we call nonfiction. Read...
Claire Rudy Foster of Luna Luna Magazine    |   02.16.18   |   SHARE
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I like big books.

The Best Books Of 2017 (And Some To Watch For In 2018)

I love books so much that the first thing I did when we bought our new house was build a bookshelf into the dining room wall. Read...
joni edelman, RN   |   01.2.18   |   SHARE
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