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You’ve written a memoir, “Broken Music.” What was that experience like for you — the writing itself, and the publication and reception of the book?

I began to realize while writing and remembering that memory is a neural muscle, and once you begin to stretch it, it grows to accommodate everything that has ever happened to you, often things you might prefer to forget. But the abiding emotions that sustained me through the process were gratitude and forgiveness; to use the newly developed muscle otherwise is largely a waste of time. I think people were surprised that I wrote almost exclusively about my early life, before the distorting lens of fame and success, and the well-worn clichés of celebrity.

-NYTimes.com

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Comment by petqaa on September 20, 2013 at 10:26am

incredible art :O

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