Posts Tagged: sugar

Getting to Know Sugar

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At Book Riot, Wallace Yovetich writes in anticipation of Sugar’s coming out, imploring those who have not yet experienced Sugarland to do so during this final week of anonymity.

“Go meet Sugar now, and enjoy the huzzah of the revealing, and tell your children that you once ‘knew’ (soon-to-be-revealed-writer), who once wrote as Sugar and you remember the rush of learning her true identity.

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On Advice and Sugar’s Anonymity

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As linked to earlier today, Sugar, our favorite weekly advice columnist, got written up in The New Republic. Ruth Franklin recognizes the dedicated band of followers that depend on their weekly Sugar fix, and calls her “the ultimate advice columnist for the Internet age, remaking a genre that has existed, in more or less the same form, since well before Nathanael West’s acerbic novella Miss Lonelyhearts first put a face on the figure in 1933.” Worthy praise for our amazing columnist, whose words we seem to need more and more.

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Has Your Letter Been Published in My Column?

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A letter from Sugar:

Dearest sweet peas whose letters have been published in my columns,

I need your help. As many of you have suggested, I’m pursuing the possibility of publishing a book of my columns. In the course of this, I realized that I needed to make explicit what has been implicit all along:

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