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‘All’s Well’ Author Mona Awad Talks Shakespeare, Horror, and Women’s Pain

Mona Awad wants to make you laugh, cry, and think about women’s experiences with pain in her new book All’s Well. When Mona Awad was struggling with chronic pain, she noticed something when sitting in doctor’s offices and physical therapy waiting rooms: she was surrounded by women in pain, and those women were being dismissed by medical professionals and treated as invisible by everyone else.
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Mona Awad on the Duality and Universality of Shakespeare

Mona Awad joins the guys in the zooming Damn Library to talk her new novel, All’s Well, which means talk about Shakespeare, and destiny, and magic happening, and chronic pain—all the fun stuff. Then she brought Sara Gran’s Come Closer and everyone got to be possessed by the demon that is Sara Gran’s writing style. Can you hear that scratching too?
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