Sarah Hepola

Hepola believes that the beautiful thing about literater is that it opens what you thought was personal to a communal experience.

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Sarah Hepola shares her story about her struggle with alcoholism at the Mayborn LitCon 2017.
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After many “delicious complications” Hepola has overcome her demons through her first book “Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget.” Photo by Alexis Rosebrock
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Skip Hollandsworth moderates a discussion with Hepola about her journey to sobriety. Photo by Alexis Rosebrock
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“You deserve to have a life you feel good about,” Hepola said. Photo by Alexis Rosebrock
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Hepola believes that the beautiful thing about literature is that it opens what you thought was personal into a communal experience. Photo by Alexis Rosebrock

 

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