newyorker:

The Rumpus’s Dear Sugar columnist has revealed her true identity. The story, and an interview, on our Book Bench blog: http://nyr.kr/xUZcNW

newyorker:

The Rumpus’s Dear Sugar columnist has revealed her true identity. The story, and an interview, on our Book Bench blog: http://nyr.kr/xUZcNW

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  9. to--me---f-i-r-s-t reblogged this from newyorker and added:
    Todo esse tempo fiquei falando da Sugar, Sugar isso, Sugar aquilo, Sugar me ajuda a viver. Mas só há alguns meses eu sei...
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    This makes me happy beyond words. Now that I know, I am going to purchase her memoir to read on the flight to Chicago.
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    I love Dear Sugar but have mixed feelings about her no longer being anonymous.
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    I accidentally found out that Cheryl Strayed is Sugar a few months ago, but this is different. There’s so much love...
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    So happy to have a face...name to go with the lovely column that is Dear Sugar.
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    I take pride in having kept this secret for a year-and-a-half, because I am otherwise a big yenta.