“A wry, magical memoir about the transcendent power of mother-daughter love.” —Elle
"The Year My Mother Came Back is a perfect book." Abigail Thomas, bestselling author of A Three Dog Life
“Everything we love in a book -- profound, honest, hilarious, humane, surprising."
Anne Lamott, Salon BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR"
"Her darkly hilarious memoir, What I Thought I Knew
(Viking), is an unexpected bundle of joy.” Oprah Magazine
“Hilarious, heartbreaking, hopeful and devastating all at once.”—Minnesota Post, The Picks. BROADWAY WORLD AWARD nominee for BEST PLAY and BEST ACTRESS IN A PLAY. “So vivid, so immediate, so complex, so full of compassion, so brutally honest… This is what theater can be.”—Tompkins Weekly
One building. A city in upheaval. A solo play about twelve lives colliding. "Gripping" New York Times
“A little show, but with such a big, embracing heart.”
–The Guardian, London
“Spellbinding…Our audiences were enraptured.”DTW, Family Matters
“It was probably the funniest show I have ever seen!”—Daniel, age 7
“She is a remarkable teacher. She helped me to find my artistic voice, and her course had a major impact on my life and my career.”
—James Scruggs, playwright, performance artist.
Book Blog Tour