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Jeanne Darst's father was certain that he was destined for literary greatness. To achieve it, he draped his dreams and the family's finances around his novels, none of which, unfortunately, ever achieved publication. While this was happening, or more precisely, not happening, Mrs. Darst was consoling herself with alcohol and young Jeanne was pondering whether she too was doomed to be a failed writer. Told with the sass and deadpan humor of the performance artist she is, Darst's Fiction Ruined My Family proves that all her worst fears were wrong. Offbeat and entertaining.