MONICA HOLLOWAY

monica_hollowayMonica Holloway is the critically acclaimed author of the memoir “Driving With Dead People”, described by Newsweek as “unforgettable,” christened by Glamour as “a classic,” and deemed “irresistible” by the Washington Post. Monica has also written articles and essays for Psychology Today, Parents, Parent Guide Magazine, amongst other publications. Holloway’s essay “Red Boots and Cole Haans” from the anthology Mommy Wars was described by Newsday as “brilliant, grimly hilarious.” Monica’s bestselling memoir “Cowboy & Wills” is the story of her lovable and brilliant autistic son, Wills, and the remarkable dog that coaxes him into the world. The Washington Post called Cowboy & Wills “charming” and the author “forthright and winning.” Cowboy & Wills won the prestigious Mom’s Choice Awards Gold Recipient for 2010. Most recently, Monica contributed the essay “Party Girl” to the collection Cherished: 21 Writers on Animals They Have Loved and Lost. Holloway is presently finishing her third book, “There Goes Perfect, Marriage, Mayhem and the Split that Almost Killed Me!”