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John Lahr, The New Yorker
I wasn't intending to read every word of your memoir; but it says something about how well you wrote it, that I did. I think that considering you've never attempted a book–or at least I assume you haven't–that you've found a very crisp and compelling style. And you come through vividly in it.
Thomas Keith: Editor of Tennessee Williams' books for New Directions Publishing
Scott as done a beautiful job with his memoir--the last version I read was several years and drafts ago. What makes it stand out from previous memoirs about Williams is its integrity, and the depth to which Scott reveals his own situation, mental health problems, fears, and hopes. Because of that integrity, the day-to-day descriptions of life with Williams and Scott's take on the tangle of problems Williams faced near the end of his life are that much more insightful. I also happen to like Scott's ability to describe a person or set a scene--even his thread of commentary on weather, light, and seasons informs us about the sensitivities of the man telling this story.Please help us begin our work in Mexico to educate about Tennessee Williams and Aztec Culture. Half of all proceeds are guaranteed to be directly loaned to Aztec people at low interest to develop small farms and craft businesses.
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