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Augusten Burroughs Lives Through Words

Writing because he has to, not by choice

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Writing saved Augusten Burroughs life. Literally. As anyone who's read his 2002 memoir, Running with Scissors, will attest, the guy has led a challenging life informed by a deeply dysfunctional childhood that included a broken family, drugs, alcohol and a sexual relationship with a man twice his age. Burroughs, who comes to town Saturday for the annual Books By the Banks conference, talks about his meteoric rise to literary fame.  

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