How Did You Get This Number

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Riverhead Books #ad - How perfectly, relentlessly funny. David Sedaris. The hilarious new york times bestselling literary essay collection from Sloane Crosley, the author of I Was Told There'd Be Cake and The Clasp. Sloane crosley, the brilliantly funny "fountain of observations" Boston Globe, now takes readers from a bear-infested wedding in Alaska to a run-in with clowns in Portugal in a new collection of essays about the messiest and most unexpected dilemmas life has to offer.

How sure-footed and observant Sloane Crosley is.

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I Was Told There'd Be Cake: Essays

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Riverhead Books #ad - Together, these essays create a startlingly funny and revealing portrait of a complex and utterly recognizable character who aims for the stars but hits the ceiling, and the inimitable city that has helped shape who she is. From despoiling an exhibit at the natural history Museum to provoking the ire of her first boss to siccing the cops on her mysterious neighbor, Crosley can do no right despite the best of intentions -- or perhaps because of them.

Riverhead Books. I was told there'd be cake introduces a strikingly original voice, chronicling the struggles and unexpected beauty of modern urban life. From the author of 2018's much buzzed about Look Alive Out There. Wry, hilarious, and profoundly genuine, Sloane Crosley's debut collection of literary essays is a celebration of fallibility and haplessness in all their glory.

I Was Told There'd Be Cake: Essays #ad - The new york times bestseller that both captured and influenced a generation. Sloane crosley is also the author of look alive Out There,  How Did You Get This Number, The Clasp and the ebook Up The Down Volcano.

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Look Alive Out There: Essays

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MCD #ad - The characteristic heart and punch-packing observations are back, but with a newfound coat of maturity. Crosley has taken up the gauntlets thrown by her predecessors―Dorothy Parker, David Sedaris―and crafted something rare, Nora Ephron, affecting, and true. Look alive out there arrives on the tenth anniversary of I Was Told There'd be Cake, and Crosley's essays have managed to grow simultaneously more sophisticated and even funnier.

. She stays consistently funny and delivers a book that is alive and jumping. Steve martin  from the new york times-bestselling author Sloane Crosley comes Look Alive Out There―a brand-new collection of essays filled with her trademark hilarity, wit, and charm. More of a blazer, really. Fans of i was told there'd be cake and how Did You Get This Number know Sloane Crosley's life as a series of relatable but madcap misadventures.

Look Alive Out There: Essays #ad - And yet she's still very much herself, and it's great to have her back―and not a moment too soon or late, for that matter. Riverhead Books. In look alive out there, whether it's scaling active volcanoes, crashing shivas, playing herself on Gossip Girl, befriending swingers, or squinting down the barrel of the fertility gun, Crosley continues to rise to the occasion with unmatchable nerve and electric one-liners.

And as her subjects become more serious, her essays deliver not just laughs but lasting emotional heft and insight. Sloane Crosley does the impossible.

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The Clasp: A Novel

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Picador #ad - National bestseller. A new york times Editors' Choice. Her tale sets in motion a madcap adventure that leads Victor, Kezia, and Nathaniel from Miami to New York and L. A. To the estate of guy de maupassant, and ultimately across France, author of the classic short story "The Necklace. Heartfelt, suspenseful, and told with sloane crosley's inimitable spark and wit, The Clasp is a story of friends struggling to fit together now that their lives haven't gone as planned and learning to separate the real from the fake.

Nathaniel loves Nathaniel. During the reception, an inebriated Victor passes out in the mother of the groom's bedroom. Riverhead Books. He's woken with a jovial slap to the face, as she dangles a story about a missing necklace before him, one that she has never even told her son. Now at the tail end of their twenties, they arrive absorbed in their own lives, but soon slip back into old roles: Victor loves Kezia.

The Clasp: A Novel #ad - Kezia loves Nathaniel. Picador USA. Named a hot fall read byhuffington post, hello giggles,  bustle and time part comedy of manners,  Vanity Fair,  Buzzfeed, the much-anticipated first novel from the writer whom David Sedaris calls "perfectly, part treasure hunt,  Library Journal,  The Chicago Tribune,  Harper's Bazaar, relentlessly funny" "Endlessly entertaining.

Timekezia, nathaniel, and Victor are reunited at the extravagant wedding of a college friend.

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Look Alive Out There: Essays

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Picador #ad - More of a blazer, really. Fans of i was told there’d be cake and how did You Get This Number know Sloane Crosley’s life as a series of relatable but madcap misadventures. The characteristic heart and punch-packing observations are back, but with a newfound coat of maturity. And yet she’s still very much herself, and it’s great to have her back―and not a moment too soon or late, for that matter.

Named a most anticipated book of 2018 by entertainment weekly, buzzfeed, elle, bustle, instyle, glamour, the millions, cosmopolitan, and Southern LivingSloane Crosley returns to the form that made her a household name in really quite a lot of households: Essays!From the New York Times–bestselling author Sloane Crosley comes Look Alive Out There―a brand-new collection of essays filled with her trademark hilarity, wit, BookRiot, and charm.

Crosley has taken up the gauntlets thrown by her predecessors―Dorothy Parker, affecting, David Sedaris―and crafted something rare, Nora Ephron, and true. Look alive out there arrives on the tenth anniversary of I Was Told There’d be Cake, and Crosley’s essays have managed to grow simultaneously more sophisticated and even funnier.

Look Alive Out There: Essays #ad - In look alive out there, or staring down the barrel of the fertility gun, playing herself on Gossip Girl, crashing shivas, befriending swingers, whether it’s scaling active volcanoes, Crosley continues to rise to the occasion with unmatchable nerve and electric one-liners. And as her subjects become more serious, her essays deliver not just laughs but lasting emotional heft and insight.

A thin coat.

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Sad Stuff on The Street

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AMMO Books #ad - Genuine sadness, however, is no laughing matter. Featuring photographs and short essays from lin-manuel miranda, ben gibbard, Salman Rushdie, and by other sad stuff spotters across the globe, Michael Chabon, Miranda July, Jesse Eisenberg, Amy Sedaris, this collection chronicles the cast-offs of our daily lives and speculates on their origin and on their demise.

Eventually they decided to share their habit with the world and sadstuffonthestreet. Com was born. Picador USA. This project came about in early 2011, when a man san Francisco resident Greg Larson and a woman New York resident Sloane Crosley started a website of so-sad-it's-funny objects they spotted on their respective streets.

Sad Stuff on The Street #ad - Therefore, 100% of proceeds will go to NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The bar isn't exactly high, but it is specific. The new york times  **100% of proceeds from this purchase go to the national alliance on mental Illness**   Sad Stuff on The Street by Sloane Crosley and Greg Larson, and designed by Todd Oldham, is a sometimes humorous, yet often sad tribute to the untold stories of detritus found on the streets of cities around the world.

. Nami is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. For the past six years, humanity's single shoes, abandoned toys, and outdated television sets have found a home online. Riverhead Books.

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Walks With Men: Fiction

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Scribner #ad - Picador USA. Neil’s certainties, Jane discovers, mask his deceptions. Ann beattie arrived in new york young, observant and celebrated as The New Yorker’s young fiction star in one of the most compelling and creative eras of recent times. Have sex in airplane bathrooms. Wear only raincoats made in England.

It is 1980 in new york city, and jane, strikes a deal with Neil, a valedictorian fresh out of Harvard, an intoxicating writer twenty years her senior. Her voice is original and iconic. The two quickly become lovers, living together in a chelsea brownstone, and Neil reveals the rules for a life well lived: If you take food home from a restaurant, don’t say it’s because you want leftovers for "the dog.

Walks With Men: Fiction #ad - Say that you want the bones for "a friend who does autopsies. If you can’t stand on your head which is best, learn to do cartwheels. One of our era’s most vital masters of the short form" The Washington Post, Beattie brilliantly captures a time, a place and a style of engagement. Her true education begins.

Riverhead Books. So does the protagonist of her intense new novella, Walks with Men.

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We Are Never Meeting in Real Life.: Essays

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Vintage #ad - Whether samantha irby is talking about how her difficult childhood has led to a problem in making “adult” budgets; explaining why she should be the new Bachelorette she's "35-ish, but could easily pass for 60-something"; detailing a disastrous pilgrimage-slash-romantic-vacation to Nashville to scatter her estranged father's ashes; sharing awkward sexual encounters; or dispensing advice on how to navigate friendships with former drinking buddies who are now suburban moms hang in there for the Costco loot!; she’s as deft at poking fun at the ghosts of her past self as she is at capturing powerful emotional truths.

. Picador USA. Riverhead Books. Vintage. A new york times bestseller   this essay collection from the “bitches gotta eat” blogger, and “one of our country’s most fierce and foulmouthed authors” Amber Tamblyn, writer on Hulu’s Shrill, Vulture is sure to make you alternately cackle with glee and cry real tears.

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Meaty: Essays

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Vintage #ad - Smart, hilarious, edgy, and unabashedly raunchy New York Times bestselling author Samantha Irby explodes onto the printed page in her uproarious first collection of essays. Irby laughs her way through tragicomic mishaps, depression, bad sex, neuroses, masturbation, taco feasts, and taboos as she struggles through adulthood: chin hairs, failed relationships, inflammatory bowel disease and more.

Riverhead Books. Picador USA. Updated with her favorite instagramable, this much-beloved romp is treat for anyone in dire need of Irby's infamous, couch-friendly recipes, scathing wit and poignant candor. Vintage.

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Swearing Is Good for You: The Amazing Science of Bad Language

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W. W. Norton & Company #ad - Vintage. Taking readers on a whirlwind tour through scientific experiments, and cutting-edge research on language in both humans and other primates, historical case studies, Byrne defends cursing and demonstrates how much it can reveal about different cultures, their taboos and their values. Packed with the results of unlikely and often hilarious scientific studies―from the “ice-bucket test” for coping with pain, to the connection between Tourette’s and swearing, to a chimpanzee that curses at her handler in sign language―Swearing Is Good for You presents a lighthearted but convincing case for the foulmouthed.

With humor and colorful language, how we do it, she explores every angle of swearing―why we do it, and what it tells us about ourselves. An irreverent and impeccably researched defense of our dirtiest words. We’re often told that swearing is outrageous or even offensive, that it’s a sign of a stunted vocabulary or a limited intellect.

Swearing Is Good for You: The Amazing Science of Bad Language #ad - Dictionaries have traditionally omitted it and parents forbid it. Not only has some form of swearing existed since the earliest humans began to communicate, to help trauma victims recover language, but it has been shown to reduce physical pain, to prevent physical violence, to lower anxiety, and to promote human cooperation.

. Riverhead Books. Picador USA.

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Wine. All the Time.: The Casual Guide to Confident Drinking

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Plume #ad - Picador USA. Told in her signature comedic voice, with personal anecdotes woven in among its lessons, Wine. Ross, official wine columnist for Bon Appétit. Does the thought of having to buy wine for a dinner party stress you out? Is your go-to strategy to pick the bottle with the coolest label? Are you tired of choosing pairings based on your wallet, instead of your palate? Fear not! Bon Appétit wine columnist and Wine.

All the Time. Blogger Marissa A. Vintage. Ross is here to help. In this utterly accessible yet comprehensive guide to wine, Ross will walk you through the ins and outs of wine culture. Can i just be marissa, please? I want to be hilarious and sexy and smart and insanely knowledgeable about wine. Mindy kalinga fresh, fun, and unpretentious guide to wine from Marissa A.

Wine. All the Time.: The Casual Guide to Confident Drinking #ad - Will teach you to sip confidently, and make you laugh as you're doing it. In Wine. All the Time. All the Time. You’ll learn how to:   • describe what you’re drinking, and recognize your preferences    • find the best bottle for you budget and occasion    • Read and understand what’s written on a wine label    • Make the perfect pairings between what you’re drinking and what you’re eating    • Throw the best damn dinner party your guests will ever attend    • And much more Riverhead Books.

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