Sonya Huber

Sonya Huber (born 30 January 1971) is a U.S.-born essayist and writer of memoir and literary nonfiction. She is an associate professor of creative writing at Fairfield University. She is the author of ''Pain Woman Takes Your Keys and Other Essays from a Nervous System'', ''Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir'', ''Opa Nobody'', and other books. Huber's essays have appeared in ''Creative Nonfiction'', ''Brevity'', ''Hotel Amerika'', ''LitHub'', ''The Rumpus'', ''River Teeth'', among other literary journals, and in ''The New York Times'', ''The Atlantic'', ''The Chronicle of Higher Education'', the ''Washington Post'', and the ''Washington Post Magazine''. Provided by Wikipedia
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  1. Voice first
    a writer's manifesto
    by Huber, Sonya, 1971-
    Published 2022
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