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Dissing the Dog

Is it my fault that my dog isn’t faultless?

Having a writer in the family is a curse, said Karl Ove Knausgård, who’s most famous, Wikipedia tells me, for a six-volume (enough already) autobiography called “My Struggle.” I’m the writer in this family, and I hereby apologize to the accursed. Knausgård is right, but truth must be told.




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Leah Garchik

Leah Garchik

Brookyn-born, San Franciscan since 1971. Bakes chocolate cakes and plays accordion.

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