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Published on Jan 7, 2009
In his own words, here is Augusten Burroughs' Book Notes essay for his memoir, A Wolf at the Table:
Tegan's song was the first to arrive and it arrived via email. I hesitated before downloading and playing the song because I am such a huge Tegan and Sara fan. I was kinda-sorta star struck, I must say. Then I played it and it was like being punched in the chest, but in the best possible way. The song was so personal, from Tegan to Augusten. It was so profoundly empathetic and then so damn kick-ass. I loved it. I cried and I played it over and over.