The letters in the book were submitted anonymously to Strayed aka “Sugar;” it is ultimately a collection of intimate exchanges between strangers. In the span of only a few pages, Strayed can move readers from laughter to tears with her musings on death, love, personal hardship, and triumphs both big and small. ”Wise and compassionate" (The New York Times Book Review), brimming with humor and insight—absolute honesty and amazing one-liners—this book is a balm for everything life throws our way.
This fall Dallas Theater Center will produce the play Tiny Beautiful Things, directed by Joel Ferrell. Join us for this special event in which Cheryl Strayed will discuss her personal experience as “Sugar” and her creative process in writing the book. Ferrell will moderate the conversation and get audiences excited about the upcoming DTC stage adaptation.
“Strayed offers insights as exquisitely phrased as they are powerful, confronting some of the biggest and most painful of life’s questions. . . . In her responses, Strayed shines a torch of insight and comfort into the darkness of these people’s lives, cutting to the heart of what it means to love, to grieve and to suffer.” —Shelf Awareness
Please note: Quantities are limited and books will ship directly to your home.
VIP Virtual Meet and Greet
Become an Arts & Letters Live 30th Anniversary Season Supporter at the $1,000+ level and enjoy a VIP virtual meet and greet with Cheryl Strayed.
Tickets to Dallas Theater Center's production of Tiny Beautiful Things will be available for purchase at the event. Event guests will enjoy a special Buy One, Get One offer.