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Heidi Julavits

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American author and co-editor of The Believer magazine; author of The Folded Clock

Heidi Julavits on KCRW

A diary is usually one of two things: Ourselves at our worst, i.e. complaining or self-aggrandizing. Or, perhaps more disappointing, ourselves at our most mundane.

Diary as Literature

A diary is usually one of two things: Ourselves at our worst, i.e. complaining or self-aggrandizing. Or, perhaps more disappointing, ourselves at our most mundane.

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Heidi Julavits: The Vanishers

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Heidi Julavitz: The Effect of Living Backwards

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