Internationally beloved opera star Deborah Voigt recounts her harrowing and ultimately successful private battles to overcome the addictions and self-destructive tendencies that nearly destroyed her life.
6. March 2016, quoteabc news
Q&A: Opera Star Deborah Voigt Writes of Turbulent Life...
6. March 2016, reviewPeople
Fired for Being Too Fat, Opera Singer Deborah Voigt Admits 'I Was a Poster Child for Food Addiction'
6. March 2016, quoteWall Street Journal
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6. March 2016, quoteNPR
A 'Down-To-Earth Diva' Confronts Her Flaws And Good Fortune... - Review and Interview
6. March 2016, quoteNew York Post
An opera singer on life after she was fired for being ‘too fat’...
6. March 2016, reviewThe Boston Globe
“What I like about this book is her candor feels very natural,” said Boston novelist Daphne Kalotay (“Sight Reading”). “It’s like your best girlfriend talking to you and telling you her story. She has such a great sense of humor.”...
6. March 2016, quoteToday
Video: The renowned operatic soprano opens up about her food and alcohol addictions in a new memoir. She tells Hoda and Jenna about her most diva moment on the stage.
6. March 2016, quoteBroadway World
Opera Star Deborah Voigt Premieres in One-Woman Show in NYC, VOIGT LESSONS, 2/26/15