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Amy Silverman: My Heart Can't Even Believe It

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Launch Party • Amy Silverman: My Heart Can't Even Believe It
3PM SUNDAY, MAY 1
Amy Silverman
 



The managing editor of the Phoenix New Times hosts a launch party for her debut book, a memoir of raising a daughter with Down Syndrome.
 

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EVENT GUIDELINES
• Letter groups (printed on top of ticket) will be called at 2:30pm to fill seats and designated standing room.
$21.99 + tax: One (1) paperback copy of My Heart Can't Even Believe It and a ticket good for two (2) seats. • Event guidelines may be subject to changes.

FREE WORKSHOP
• Purchase a copy of My Heart Can't Even Believe It and get a FREE admission to Amy Silverman's writing workshop, WRITING THE MEMOIR IN REAL TIME on Thursday, May 12.
• More workshop information here »

CAN'T MAKE IT? Call 480.730.0205 and we'll have My Heart Can't Even Believe It signed and reserved for you. We also ship anywhere in the US and to most international locations!
 

ABOUT THE BOOK
In MY HEART CAN'T EVEN BELIEVE IT, journalist, blogger, and NPR contributor Amy Silverman tells the story of the birth and growth of her daughter, Sophie, and the Down syndrome diagnosis that changed everything. Amy wrote the book she desperately wanted to read but couldn't find, meant not just for parents of kids with Down Syndrome, but rather a story for anyone touched by disability, a story about science, and a story about being different: something that all of us can certainly identify with. It's part memoir, part investigative reporting, part parenting manual — a crash course in genetics, history, politics, pop culture, education, medicine, health care policy, marriage, motherhood and family. And finally, it's a story about a love so powerful that it changed everything.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
AMY SILVERMAN is Managing Editor at Phoenix New Times. She is also a commentator for KJZZ, the National Public Radio affiliate in Phoenix, and her work has appeared on the radio show This American Life and in the New York Times. She is a graduate of Scripps College and has a master's in journalism from Columbia University. She lives in Tempe, Arizona, with her husband and daughters. Find her online at myheartcantevenbelieveit.com
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