Found, Won or Earned, Money Changes Everything

Sudden riches can buy things, but they can also bring headaches as friends and family argue over their share. Three contributors to a new collection of essays, titled Money Changes Everything, talk honestly about money and its role in their lives.

Guests:

Jenny Offill, editor of Money Changes Everything (Doubleday, January 2007)

Meera Nair, author of short story collection Video; her short essay, "My Inheritance" appears in Money Changes Everything.

Fred Leebron,writer, who has won Pushcart Prize and O. Henry Prize for his work. His essay "For Richer" appears in Money Changes Everything.

Kathryn Rhett, author of the memoir Near Breathing. Her essay "For Poorer" appears in Money Changes Everything.

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Money Changes Everything

Twenty-Two Writers Tackle the Last Taboo With Tales of Sudden Windfalls, Staggering Debts, And Other Surprising Turns of Fortune

by Jenny Offill and Elissa Schappell

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Money Changes Everything
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Twenty-Two Writers Tackle the Last Taboo With Tales of Sudden Windfalls, Staggering Debts, And Other Surprising Turns of Fortune
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Jenny Offill and Elissa Schappell

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