ANGELA THE UPSIDE-DOWN CL by Emily Hiestand
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A childhood shaped by her zestful aunt Nan Dean of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; a girlhood spent in Oak Ridge ("Atom City"), Tennessee; a journey north to a seedy seaside town where a stripper named Angela the Upside-Down Girl is her first neighbor—these are only some of the geographical and spiritual journeys in this dazzling, seriously funny guide to the art of being human.
 

About Emily Hiestand

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Emily Hiestand is a writer, artist, and creative director of Elements Commmunications for Positive Change. The author of three books, includingThe Very Rich HoursandAngela the Upside Down Girl,her literary honors include The Whiting Award and The National Magazine Award for Essays and Criticism. Ande Zellman is a media and publishing consultant and has held senior positions atNewsweekand theBoston Globe,including editor-in-chief of theBoston Globe Magazine.Dozens of awards have been won under her leadership including a Pulitzer Prize, Headliner, Livingston, and George Foster Peabody Awards.
 
Published July 1, 1998 by Beacon Press. 230 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Education & Reference, Travel. Non-fiction

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