Watch Rebecca Woolf at The Epigraph Literary Festival
We were pleased to welcome Rebecca Woolf to the Epigraph Literary Festival, hosted from September 22nd – 24th, 2022, to share her memoir All of This: A Memoir of Death and Desire.
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ABOUT THE EPIGRAPH LITERARY FESTIVAL
The Epigraph Literary Festival is a free, 3-day virtual event focused on the joys of reading and the literary lifestyle. The festival was created to introduce readers to authors with upcoming books, provide opportunities to attend classes and DIY workshops geared towards the literary lifestyle, and revitalize the love for books and reading. So when you leave, we want you to be inspired, learn something, and have your journals and TBRs filled with books that catch your attention.
The Epigraph Literary Festival host a Spring Summer festival in April and our Fall Winter festival in September.
WATCH THE #EPIGRAPHLITFEST RECAP
You can watch the #EpigraphLitFest Recap on demand and see all the authors who shared their books, the speakers who hosted sessions, and the special guests who joined us at our September 22nd – 24th, 2022 event HERE.
All of This: A Memoir of Death and Desire by Rebecca Woolf
After years of struggling in a tumultuous marriage, writer Rebecca Woolf was finally ready to leave her husband. Two weeks after telling him she wanted a divorce, he was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. Four months later, at the age of forty-four, he died.
In All of This, Woolf chronicles the months before her husband’s death—and her rebirth after he was gone. With rigorous honesty and incredible awareness, she reflects on the end of her marriage: how her husband’s illness finally gave her the space to make peace with his humanity and her own.
Stunning, compelling, and brilliantly nuanced, All of This is one woman’s story of embracing the complexities of grief without shame—as a mother, a widow, and a sexual being—and emerging on the other side of a relationship with gratitude and relief.
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About Rebecca Woolf
Rebecca Woolf has worked as a freelance writer since age 16 when she became a leading contributor to the hit 90s book series Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul and its subsequent Teen Love Series books. Since then, Woolf has contributed to numerous publications, websites, and anthologies, most notably her own award-winning personal blog, Girl’s Gone Child, which attracted millions of unique visitors worldwide. As well as launching her successful blog, Woolf has contributed dozens of personal essays to publications on and offline, including Refinery29, Huffington Post, Parenting, and Romper, and in 2012 hosted Childstyle, a web series on HGTV.com. In addition, she has appeared on CNN and NPR and featured in The New York Times, Time Magazine, and New York Mag. She lives in Los Angeles with her son and three daughters.
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