September 30, 2014
6.0 X 0.6 X 8.9 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author
Eve Lederman's essays have appeared in the New York Times and her play, Let It Come Down, is in development. She is also a monologist and has performed with The Moth, The Liar Show, and The Museum of Jewish Heritage. Her live storytelling is featured on her CD Going Public. Faye Lederman is a documentary filmmaker. She and Eve co-directed A Good Uplift about a bra shop on the Lower East Side, broadcast on PBS. Faye also produced Women of the Wall about feminism in Israel and is currently shooting Missed Conceptions. Eve and Faye live in New York, New York.
"A warm slice of life on the edge, with an edge. A thoroughly enjoyable tale of urban escapades." --Michael Molyneux, staff editor, City section, The New York Times "A racy conversation worth wiretapping and an uproarious celebration of free speech." --Matthew Cooper, former White House correspondent, TIME magazine "An entertaining and tantalizing literary lap dance." --Wayne Fisk, director of programming, ABC Broadcasting "If you loved Bridget Jones's Diary, this is the New York gal's version. An addictive and delicious read, and a wonderful exploration of what it means to become a woman, a sister, a friend, a daughter . . . and ultimately a grown-up." --Alysia Reiner, actress, Orange is the New Black "Before Girls, there were girls, like the hilarious Eve and Faye, sussing out the world and themselves with heart and wit. The sisters have written a very funny and poignant book." --Sam Lipsyte, author of The Ask