Correction: Books-Mariel Hemingway story
NEW YORK (AP) — In a story Jan. 5 about Mariel Hemingway, The Associated Press erroneously described her upcoming young adult book. "Invisible Girl" is a work of nonfiction, not a novel.
A corrected version of the story is below:
Mariel Hemingway working on memoir and book for young adults
Mariel Hemingway has both a memoir and young adult book coming out in April
NEW YORK (AP) — Mariel Hemingway has a lot to say about the pain of being a Hemingway.
Regan Arts announced Monday that the actress has a memoir and nonfiction young adult book coming in April. The memoir is called "Out Came the Sun" and has the sobering subtitle "Overcoming the Legacy of Mental Illness, Addiction, and Suicide In My Family."
As noted by the publisher, seven members of the Hemingway family have committed suicide over the past four generations, notably author Ernest Hemingway, Mariel's grandfather.
Mariel Hemingway, known to many as Woody Allen's young love interest in "Manhattan," will offer "never-before-told stories" about her life and career, including experiences with "world-class" filmmakers and actors.
The book for young adults is called "Invisible Girl."