It’s almost always personal — and consequential — to tell the truth.

And . . . it changes the world.

Ronna Detrick

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I’ve recently been reading Handling the Truth: On the Writing of Memoir, by Beth Kephart. She speaks of how personal it is to tell one’s own story — even consequential. It strikes me that this has application far above and beyond memoir writing. On the back cover is this statement:

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Ronna Detrick

I work and write on behalf of women and their re-visioned stories. These days you can find me on Substack.