Confessions of Joan the Tall by Joan Cusack Handler
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Freedom and awakening of an adolescent, Bronx bred, Irish Catholic girl

About Joan Cusack Handler

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JOAN CUSACK HANDLER, poet, editor and practicing psychologist, has two published poetry collections, five Pushcart nominations, and a Sampler Award from Boston Review.
Published November 13, 2012 by Cavankerry. 260 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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I told him everyone already knows I’m his sister but he says just in case I meet a new kid like that guy I met on the bus who asked if I was Cusack’s sister, I’m supposed to lie and say I’m not but I can’t.” Handler writes with candor, sometimes almost embarrassingly so, yet thanks to her masterf...

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And no huge ceilings and windows and statues and no zillions of pews and people too that make you feel like you’re really far away from Jesus and very very small so how can Jesus if He wasn’t God and so perfect and great at performing miracles even see you in a million faces in the middle of Chur...

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