SUE WILLIAM SILVERMAN's memoir Love Sick: One Woman’s Journey through Sexual Addiction (W. W. Norton) is also a Lifetime television original movie (nominated for two PRISM Awards). Her first memoir, Because I Remember Terror, Father, I Remember You (Univ. of Georgia Press), won the Association of Writers and Writing Programs award in creative nonfiction. Her most recent book is Fearless Confessions: A Writer’s Guide to Memoir (Univ. of Georgia Press), and her poetry collection is Hieroglyphics in Neon (Orchises Press). A new essay collection, The Pat Boone Fan Club: My Life as a White Anglo-Saxon Jew, is forthcoming with the University of Nebraska Press (the American Lives Series edited by Tobias Wolff). One of her personal essays appears in The Touchstone Anthology of Contemporary Nonfiction: Work from 1970 to the Present (Simon & Schuster), while three other essays won contests with Hotel Amerika, Mid-American Review, and Water~Stone Review. Other poems and essays (four nominated for a Pushcart Prize) have appeared in such places as Prairie Schooner, Chicago Tribune, Detroit Free Press, Redbook, Brevity, and River Teeth. Sue was featured in an interview in The Writer’s Chronicle, and she has appeared on various national radio and television programs such as “The View,” “Anderson Cooper—360,” “CNN-Headline News,” as well as the Discovery Channel. She holds an honorary doctorate from Aquinas College for her work in literature and child abuse victim advocacy. For more information please visit www.SueWilliamSilverman.com.