On today's episode, our guest is Rebecca Brown, author of the new cycle of essays You Tell the Stories You Need to Believe from Chatwin Books. In the new book, Brown explores life's biggest questions: time, memory, love, and how we endure.
Brown is the author of ten books of prose, including The Last Time I Saw You, The End of Youth, Excerpt From A Family Medical Dictionary, The Gifts of the Body, The Terrible Girls, Annie Oakley’s Girl, The Haunted House, The Children’s Crusade, and What Keeps Me Here. Her work has received the Boston Book Review Award for fiction, the Lambda Literary Award, the Pacific Northwest Booksellers’ Award, and a Washington State Governor’s Award. Brown lives in Seattle, Washington.
As Edmund White writes about You Tell the Stories You Need to Believe: "Rebecca Brown is a companionable writer, totally honest, cultured in an unintimidating way, freely associating with total freedom and virtuoso associations."