Catherine Hiller

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Just Say Yes: A Marijuana Memoir
This may be the first marijuana memoir every published: a look at a life through a cannabis lens. As someone who has smoked weed almost every day for fifty years, Hiller aimed to produce an entertaining and positive narrative about long-term cannabis use. Heliotrope Books, April 20, 2015.

The Adventures of Sid Sawyer
Catherine Hiller first read The Adventures of Tom Sawyer when she was nine, lingering over the Norman Rockwell paintings in the book. As an adult, she decided it might be entertainingly retold with Sid as the main character. Armadillo Central, 2012.

Cybill in Between
Cybill is outwardly conventional, with three children, a house in Westchester, and a corporate job. Yet Cybill is a secret rebel, in love with two men at once, having edgy sex, and scandalizing her children. Ravenous Romance, 2008. Catherine has also written several short stories about Cybill, one of which she has posted on the Cybill In Between page.

Skin: Sensual Tales
Thirteen stylish short stories about love and sex, especially the latter. John Updike wrote: "Catherine Hiller writes with a fine directness and clarity . . . Good, brave and joyful writing." Carroll & Graf, 1997.

California Time
A New York City family tries a new life in L.A. Told from the changing viewpoints of the father, the mother, the daughter, and the son, the book shows how a change of place can lead to a change in family dynamics. St. Martin's Press, 1993.

17 Morton Street
Three sisters live on three different floors in a Greenwich Village townhouse. Their interwoven stories are told from three points of view. A Book-of-the-Month Club Selection. St. Martin's Press, 1990.

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