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Anne Lamott

Fiction

Interviewed by: Angela Elam

Catalog Number: 20080229, 20070629

This best-selling writer often combines wisdom, humor, honesty and panache in her dozen books of essays and fiction.  Anne Lamott discusses her 2007 book Grace (Eventually): Thoughts on Faith, a collection of essays that captures the difficulties of leading an authentic life within American culture and focuses on the strengths of helpfulness, decency, love and forgiveness.  She also reads from the book. 

| Subject Matter: Wisdom, Humor, Love, Forgiveness, American Culture | Interview Year: 2007 | Genre: Fiction |

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