The next Letter In The Mail, going out early next week, is from Emily Gould.
Gould is the author of the essay collection And the Heart Says Whatever.
She was an associate editor at Hyperion Books before becoming co-editor of Gawker.com, a job she quit and wrote about in a 2008 NYT Magazine cover story.
Gould has written for a variety of publications, including The New York Times, The New York Observer, and Jezebel. Gould co-founded the online bookseller Emily Books.
Here she is conversing with our own Sari Botton about ”the emotional price of writing stories your parents might not like.”
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