Strangers: and other essays Dana Sitar

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Strangers: and other essays  by  Dana Sitar

Strangers: and other essays by Dana Sitar
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Im not always sure how I end up here each night. I cant usually recall the reason or the drive through town. My memory fades back in about the time I walk into the kitchen, dish up some munchies, and pour a glass of water. But its never a decisionMoreIm not always sure how I end up here each night. I cant usually recall the reason or the drive through town. My memory fades back in about the time I walk into the kitchen, dish up some munchies, and pour a glass of water. But its never a decision I regret, and each night here makes me want to be around for the next.It started as a professional relationship, really.

I just wanted to write a story about the comedian running for Mayor.In Dana Sitars sophomore collection, find the stories gathered and articles published in the midst of the authors journey from a girl with a dream in Wisconsin to a Writer – and someone proud to bear the title – in California (and beyond).This sequel to Welcome to the Shit Show sees the writer finding her voice, both artistically and emotionally.

She leaves her broken life behind her and discovers an unlikely home in the depths of Madison, Wisconsins comedy scene. In the comedians, Dana finds inspiration for life as an artist, a wealth of stories to write, a part of herself she didnt know she was hiding, and even a new lover.. . . raw, witty, real life stuff. Dana easily pulled me into the waves of her world--the pain and awkwardness of her divorce, her immersion in the Madison comedy scene, her exploration into new relationships. One minute I was biting my nails- the next I was giggling to myself. . . down-to-earth, real life writing with plenty of entertainment woven in .

. .- Gathering Leaves Reviews (of the books original version titled The Hart Compound)FROM THE AUTHORI carried few traces of a life lived with me to California. Id shed my marriage in November, stopped going to school by February, ended my lease in April, and quit my job as a video store clerk in May. I packed a suitcase and a few boxes in the car alongside Stefans pile of the same. We headed out without furniture or dishware, without a home waiting, and without a job but one unpaid internship blogging for a startup.All I needed in this new life was to write.

As long as all roads led to that, the route wouldnt matter.



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