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The Soap Game: and other true stories

by Marie Sheppard Williams

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595370101, Paperback)

PRAISE FOR THE WORLDWIDE CHURCH OF THE HANDICAPPED:

“…irreverent…vibrant…sensitive without ever approaching sanctimony…”—Publisher’s Weekly, starred review

“It’s a wonderful book!”—Bill Holm, Minnesota Author of The Heart Can Be Filled Anywhere on Earth

Worldwide Church is an absolute joy.”—Anne Lamott, author of Traveling Mercies and Bird by Bird

“This is a wonderful book…”—Dave Wood, Minneapolis Star-Tribune

“It is one of the most important books of our time.”—Carol Bly, author of Changing the Bully Who Rules the World, and winner of the Minnesota Book Award

“I have not, in long time, read stories that affected me so much.”—Howard Zinn, author of A People’s History of the United States

"[Williams’] characters are unique and unforgettable…This is a disarming, disturbing book.”—Maxine Kumin, winner of the Pulitzer Prize

PRAISE FOR THE WEEKEND GIRL:

“Read these stories and be changed…Marie Sheppard Williams is an original and necessary voice in American Fiction…”—Frederick Smock, former editor of The American Voice

“…tender stories…deliciously simple dialogue…sly humor…and you suddenly know you are reading about life and death.”—Howard Zinn

The Weekend Girl and other stories is a compelling and poignant brew of wisdom, humor, and compassion.”—Ronald Spatz, editor, Alaska Quarterly Review

“As Walt Whitman might have said: ‘Who touches this book touches a [wo]man.’”—Bill Holm

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:26 -0400)

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