Sarah Hepola

Sarah Hepola is the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir, "Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget."

TV's quiet 12-step revolution: Prestige comedies are changing the way we see addiction, sobriety and AA Sarah Hepola
Teen Beat ruined me: Rob Lowe, Duran Duran and my sexy, screwed-up Gen X adolescence Sarah Hepola
How did I get home last night? My bizarre, panicked life as a blackout drinker Sarah Hepola
"Who are you and why are we f**king?" Sarah Hepola
Teen Beat ruined me: Rob Lowe, Duran Duran and my sexy, screwed-up Gen X adolescence Sarah Hepola
Anne Lamott: "We stuffed scary feelings down, and they made us insane" Sarah Hepola
Sex, drugs and superheroes: Our 10 best personal essays Sarah Hepola
Never show them your back Sarah Hepola
Wigs are my superhero costume Sarah Hepola
REO Speedwagon will save us Sarah Hepola
Every woman should travel alone Sarah Hepola
My relapse years Sarah Hepola
Hit on the head Sarah Hepola
Nobody ever calls me anymore Sarah Hepola
I always dated Tom Waits Sarah Hepola