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Nancy Rommelmann

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Nancy Rommelmann's most recent book, TO THE BRIDGE, a work of nonfiction about Amanda Stott-Smith, who dropped her two young children from a Portland bridge, will be published by Little A in July 2018

Rommelmann writes for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the LA Weekly, among other publications

She is the author of the novel THE BAD MOTHER (2011), THE QUEENS OF MONTAGUE STREET, a digital memoir of growing up in 1970s Brooklyn Heights, and TRANSPORTATION: Stories (2013). DESTINATION GACY, about her road trip to interview serial killer John Wayne Gacy, was published as an e-book in 2014

Rommelmann divides her time between Portland, Oregon and New York City

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“It is easy—terribly easy—to shake a man’s faith in himself. To take advantage of that to break a man’s spirit is devil’s work. —George Bernard Shaw, Candida”
Nancy Rommelmann, To the Bridge: A True Story of Motherhood and Murder

“. While we might believe that pretty is as pretty does, on some level we want to see youth and beauty as signs of goodness, of innocence. The attractive woman is given a pass. The ugly one gets the chair.”
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“go arrowhead hunting like normal people. A relief. Sara worked with special-needs kids, and there was no way she could be associated with what had been going on the summer before. Sara could see Ryan was relieved,”
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