Join us for our discussion of George Hodgman’s Bettyville (DB 81397)! In his debut memoir, Hodgman describes his return to Missouri to act as a caretaker for his widowed mother in between editing jobs in New York City. He delves into their shared perfectionist loner personalities — now colored by prickly ninety-one-year-old Betty’s memory problems and failing health, and Hodgman’s drug past and homosexuality.
Bettyville (DB 81397) Is available on BARD as well as through our talking book service.
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