Anna Fields, playwright and television writer, is a North Carolina gal, born and raised in Burlington. In her new memoir, "Confessions of a Rebel Debutante" (Putnam; $24.95), she recounts her Southern-belle upbringing, complete with dance instruction, cotillion classes and finishing school.
But Fields wasn't your typical debutante. Publicity for her book says it's the story of what it's like to grow up a fat kid in a small Southern town, "picking mosquito bites and catfish guts off your overalls."Sound fun? If you'd like to enter to win a copy, leave a comment with your name, or some way to identify you -- not just "anonymous." I'll randomly choose two winners and announce the results here on Monday.