Donald Antrim is an American author known for his novels and short stories. His works often explore complex psychological themes and are characterized by their dark humor and inventive style. Antrim has received recognition for his writing, including being named a MacArthur Fellow. Some of his notable works include 'The Hundred Brothers', 'The Verificationist', and 'Elect Mr. Robinson for a Better World'.
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This memoir presents a deeply personal account of the author's struggle with alcoholism, depression, and the complex emotions arising from the death of his mother. The narrative explores their tumultuous relationship, marked by her alcoholism and his attempts to come to terms with her death. The book provides a raw and honest look into the author's journey towards understanding, acceptance, and recovery.