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Alyssa Pinsker

ALYSSA PINSKER is a freelance writer living in Brooklyn working on her own anti-Eat, Pray, Love memoir about global dating in India, Japan, and New York City. Read more at: alyssapinsker.com.

In Conversation

KIRI BLAKELEY with Alyssa Pinsker

Kiri Blakeley was a journalist for Forbes Magazine. Her debut memoir, Can’t Think Straight: A Memoir of Mixed-Up Love (Citadel Press, 2011), is a New York true-love story of heartbreak and deceit. Her book recounts the year after she found out that her fiancé and boyfriend of 10 years was cheating on her with men.


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