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The Moment : Wild, Poignant, Life-changing Stories from 125 Writers and Artists Famous & Obscure (Paperback)

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From the creators of Six-Word Memoirs comes The Moment, a collection of personal stories from writers both famous and obscure revealing how a single instant changed their lives forever. An innocuous decision, an unforeseen accident, a chance conversation, a tag sale, a terrorist strike, a tweet . . . sometimes all it takes is a single moment to redirect the course of an entire life. In the tradition ofSmith magazine?s Not Quite What I Was Planning and the sensationalSix-Word Memoirs on Love & Heartbreak?and in the spirit of StoryCorps, the Moth, andThis American Life?The Moment unveils everyday people?s inner lives in narratives of all shapes and sizes, with stories from six to 1,000 words, photographs, comics, illustrations, handwritten letters, and more. It?s enough to change your life forever.

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Publisher Perennial
Mfg Part# 9780061719653
SKU 222674611
Format Paperback
ISBN10 006171965X
Release Date 1/3/2012
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0344
Publisher Harper Perennial
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