Sarah Hepola is the author of the bestselling memoir, Blackout. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, The Guardian, the Atlantic, Salon, and Elle. She is the host/creator of the Texas Monthly podcast on the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, “America’s Girls” and the co-conspirator of the weekly cultural podcast “Smoke ‘Em if You Got ‘Em.”Read More
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BLACKOUT: Remembering The Things I Drank To Forget is the story of a woman stumbling into a new kind of adventure — the sober life she never wanted. This New York Times bestseller will resonate with anyone who has been forced to reinvent or struggled in the face of necessary change.About The Book
The Impossible Year
Confessions of a lucky but miserable person at a rather unlucky time
January 1, 2022
Things Fall Apart: Thoughts on Joan Didion
On the master of precise prose, falling in love, and writing as an irrelevant act
December 25, 2021
Cheerleaders, cheerleaders everywhere
And I have been writing their stories.
December 22, 2021
Why I’m Doing a Podcast on the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders
For most of my life, they were just images to worship or disdain or ignore -- but they're one of the great and complicated stories to come out of my city
November 28, 2021
How Deep Is Your Love
On musical wonderlands, being the last two people on earth, and listening to the same song
May 1, 2021
Sarah Hepola is represented by Amy Williams of The Williams Company.
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