Celebrated playwright and magnetic wit Wendy Wasserstein was firmly rooted in New York’s cultural life, but her appeal is universal. Shiksa Goddess collects her urbane, inspiring, and deeply empathetic essays, all written when she was in her forties, and all infused with her trademark irreverent humor: everything from Chekhov, politics, and celebrity, to family, fashion, …
This is Kimmy Dee. This is Kimmy Dee’s brain. You’ve been warned. By turns hysterically filthy and heartbreakingly sincere, Pussy Planet chronicles snapshots of the life of an irreverent woman.
Part advice, part memoir, Am I Doing It Wrong? is a funny, disarmingly honest book by the woman behind the Boston Globe’s enormously popular “Love Letters” column.
An emotionally honest, arresting, and funny collection of essays about motherhood and adulthood….
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Jen Epstein was born a worrier. As a child she worried her uvula would break off and she would swallow it and choke to death. Then she worried high voltage wires would get her. Eventually she was diagnosed with learning disabilities and later, obsessive compulsive disorder. Smart but challenged, Jen navigates two years in Israel …
This special edition includes bonus audio from the author herself at the end of the book and gives an inside look into her process of writing Help Me!