Traci Foust Details Her Battle With OCD From Her Memoir Nowhere Near Normal

Traci Foust, author of NOWHERE NEAR NORMAL

Traci Foust grew up in the San Francisco Bay area and received a degree in American Literature from UCSC.

Her writing credits included contemporary short fiction in The Black Satellite Anthology (2000) to winning the Northern California Olympiad of the Arts award for the same category. She has also been published in Hyperlexia Literary Journal (3/09).

Traci currently lives in San Diego, CA with her two youngest sons and boyfriend. Nowhere Near Normal is her first book-length work of non-fiction.

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