National bestseller from the #1 new york times bestselling author of running with scissors comes augusten burroughs's most provocative collection of true from nicotine gum addiction to lesbian personal ads to incontinent dogs, possible side effects mines burroughs's life in a series of uproariously funny essays. The paperback of the magical thinking: true stories by augusten burroughs at barnes & noble free shipping on $25 or more. Augusten burroughs born christopher robison, son of poet and writer margaret robison and younger brother of john elder robisonburroughs has no formal. I just want to be happy is any other phrase capable of causing more misery and permanent unhappiness the author of running with scissors looks at the upside of being downbeat adapted from his new book this is how. Augusten xon burroughs is an american writer known for his new york times bestselling memoir running with scissors (2002) contents [hide] 1 life 2 lawsuit over running with scissors 3 film and television 4 bibliography 41 contributions 5 references 6 external links life christopher richter robison was.
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