Award-winning memoir now in paperback

Jessica Handler’s award-winning 2009 book, “Invisible Sisters: A Memoir” was reissued in paperback by the University of Georgia Press on September 15. Called “deeply moving and exquisitely written,” “Invisible Sisters” is her extraordinary story of coming of age as the odd one out—as the daughter of progressive Jewish parents who moved to the South to participate in the civil rights movement of the 1960s, as the healthy sister among sick, and eventually, as the only sister left standing.”

Invisible Sisters was named as one the “Twenty Five Books All Georgians Should Read” in 2010.

Editor’s Note: Jessica Handler is an adjunct instructor in creative writing at Oglethorpe.

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