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Non-fiction: Memoir: From recent MacArthur fellow and author of Fun Home, the inspiration for the eponymous musical to open on Broadway in Spring 2015, Alison Bechdel's THE SECRET TO SUPERHUMAN STRENGTH, a graphic memoir about her "love affair with exertion," in which her decade-by-decade pursuit of one exercise fad after another is set against a history of fitness culture in America, and a quest to rehabilitate her relationship to her own creativity, to Deanne Urmy at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, for publication Spring 2017, by Sydelle Kramer at the Susan Rabiner Literary Agency (World).
UK/Commonwealth rights to Jonathan Cape.
Translation rights: debbie.engel@hmhco.com .
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