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Essay in The Rumpus

I am delighted to share this essay, which appears today in The Rumpus. For my memoir writing students, who struggle mightily with exposing their most hidden truths — this one was very hard for me, especially because I did not want … Continue reading

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The Paperback Is Here!

“Unadorned, poignant, and honest to the core, Kaylie Jones’ memoir is a light emerging from the shadows of the writing life.” –Colum McCann, author of Let the Great World Spin, winner of the National Book Award “Shattering, totally scary, yet … Continue reading

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A memoir by the daughter of World War II novelist James Jones reveals the truth about her life with her father and the consequences of a mother-daughter relationship torn apart by miscommunication and alcoholism

A memoir by the daughter of World War II novelist James Jones reveals the truth about her life with her father and the consequences of a mother-daughter relationship torn apart by miscommunication and alcoholism Kaylie Jones is the daughter of … Continue reading

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It Can Take A Lifetime to Tell the Truth

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