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Crazy enough : a memoir

Author: Storm Large
Publisher: New York : Free Press, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st Free Press hardcover edView all editions and formats
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The popular indie rock performer describes her battle against the hereditary mental illness that decimated her mother's health and prompted the author to engage in a self-destructive downward spiral before discovering her musical talent.
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Genre/Form: Autobiographie
Biography
Named Person: Storm Large; Storm Large; Storm Large
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Storm Large
ISBN: 9781439192405 1439192405 9781439192412 1439192413
OCLC Number: 709673183
Description: xi, 267 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: "The greatest gift of all!" --
Child mania, shicken mush, forever and a day --
Manic depression, sadville, Helga the whore, C-R-A-Z --
Just like your mom : Dr. Lovey, the head box --
Yay porn! Putting it in --
Harvard Square and shit --
Meet the Banks. A silk upholstered heck --
Born to lose. Bone cancer blues --
"Clothes are a lie!" My official insane day --
43 is a magic number, Moose and multiple mom --
Anorexia fabulosa, or, "Does this open sore on my face make me look fat?" --
St. Mark's School to St. Mark's Place --
S.F., heroin, and the most terriblest junkie ever! --
Louder than God --
The "gotcha" --
Penultimate gotcha, good-bye to the queen of paraplegia --
Love, loss : the dot & Sept 12 --
Portland effing Oregon! --
The last gotcha --
Love you, bye --
Birth family, ret, heart-burst --
Rock star, what the fuck is ladylike --
Love you enough --
Call me crazy.
Responsibility: Storm Large.

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The popular indie rock performer describes her battle against the hereditary mental illness that decimated her mother's health and prompted the author to engage in a self-destructive downward spiral before discovering her musical talent.

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