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Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear won the 2016 Oregon Book Award for creative nonfiction and the 2016 Lambda Literary Award for Memoir.

Signed copies are available here—and if you order during December, I’ll donate 25% of the sale price to the Southern Poverty Law Center, so your purchase does double duty.

Or you can buy the book at your local bookstore. (If it’s not in stock, they can order it for you. Supporting independent bookstores helps keep writers writing and readers reading.)

de Gutes turns to spare, wry, cool, and even-handed prose. Her work is rich and full of heartbreak…through a lighthearted handling of everyday choices from IKEA to clothes to community, de Gutes asks what it means to be human, to be queer, to be straight, to build a life on integrity.” — Monica Drake writing in 1859.

A triumph of coming to terms with herself and her world.”  — Los Angeles Review of Books.

 

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