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'Jamison has emerged as a definitive chronicler of human connection and the beauty of mundanity...With

this brilliant new collection that rigorously interrogates the human condition, Leslie Jamison affirms why

she's the essayist of the moment.'―David Canfield, Entertainment Weekly'Razor-sharp...Leslie Jamison

has been hailed as the newborn lovechild of Joan Didion and Susan Sontag. Even for a writer without

Jamison's generous helpings of talent and success, it can't be an easy thing to live up to. And yet, she does,

and then some...The essays are reported, but also confessional, weaving the realities of disparate others onto

Jamison's own experiences to create something rich, human and, at moments, so smart and revealing the

reader finds herself gasping.'―Samantha Shoech, San Francisco Chronicle'Intelligent and vibrant...Make

It Scream, Make It Burn tackles the all-too-human topic of yearning and its oft-corollary, obsession. Both

gurgle beneath the writer's sonorous and captivating prose.'―Janet Kinosian, Los Angeles Times

'A dazzling collection about the outer reaches of human connection...Acute in her analysis and nourishing in

her observations, Jamison is at the height of her powers here as she investigates what we owe one

another.'―Adrienne Westenfeld, Esquire'Lovely and evocative...Most of these essays are heavyweight

boxers.'―New York Times Book Review'Leslie Jamison's astonishingly formidable, restless intellect has

gifted us two monumental works of nonfiction...Here, she turns her exacting eye on subjects such as the

loneliest whale in the world and a Croatian museum filled with the effluvia of failed relationships.'―

O, The Oprah Magazine'A pleasure to read. We can see Jamison let go of her carefully wrought personal

narrative and open herself to the unknown.'―Sheila McClear, Washington Post'Illuminating and

ruminative...Jamison is positively brilliant when penetrating a subject and unraveling its layers of

meaning...Fans of the author's unique brand of perceptiveness will be delighted.'―Publishers Weekly

'Provocative...compassionate, curious and humble...Jamison acknowledges that she has skin in the game, and

her wise, urgent writing is stronger for it.'―Chris Hewitt, Minneapolis Star Tribune'Like the glass in a

kaleidoscope, Jamison's fine-tuned attention seems capable of refracting whatever subject it touches. When I

finally looked up from the page it was with a renewed sense of wonder.'―Cornelia Channing,The Paris

Review Leslie Jamison is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Recovering and The Empathy

Exams, and the novel The Gin Closet. She is a contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine, and

her work has appeared in publications including The Atlantic, Harper's, the New York Times Book Review,

the Oxford American, and the Virginia Quarterly Review. She directs the graduate nonfiction program at

Columbia University and lives in Brooklyn with her family.

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