i don’t drunk text, i sad text. i text ppl at night when i am the most lonely and vulnerable, and i cannot be held accountable for what i say under the influence of feelings
Tales of Kaufman: Remembering a Local Writer
As the Washington, D.C. literati know, local author Wendi Harris Kaufman lost a long battle with cancer this August. Kaufman, well reviewed by critics and beloved by her readers, left a lasting impact on those around her. Author Joyce Maynard offered this remembrance in The New York Observer, and local book critic Bethanne Patrick posted this entry in The Washingtonian. Local writer Mary Kay Zuravleff spoke in Kaufman’s place for Fall for the Book at George Mason University and shared her introduction with us below.
Kaufman’s last collection of stories, Helen on 86th Street, was released on Monday.
Love and miss you, Wendi