Darling Days: A Memoir

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Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Ecco Press
Publish Date
Pages
400
Dimensions
5.3 X 8.0 X 0.9 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780062368218

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About the Author

iO Tillett Wright is an artist, activist, actor, speaker, TV host and writer. iO's work deals with identity, be it through photography and the Self Evident Truths Project/We Are You campaign or on television as the co-host of MTV's Suspect. iO has exhibited artwork in New York and Tokyo, was a featured contributor on Underground Culture to T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and has had photography featured in GQ, Elle, New York Magazine, and The New York Times Magazine. iO is a regular speaker at universities, discussing expanding one's circle of normalcy and embracing those that are different than you. A native New Yorker, iO is now based in Los Angeles.

Reviews

"An earnest and heartfelt memoir cloaked under a battle-toughened exterior." -- Kirkus Reviews

"It's already a rare and wonderful thing to have a great story-but a unique and compelling voice to tell it with is even rarer. With Darling Days, iO Tillett Wright takes us right to where great storytelling lives. A terrific, terrific book." -- Anthony Bourdain

"Reading Darling Days I'm reminded of what I liked best in Patti Smith's Just Kids. In brutally honest and passionate prose, iO presents the blossoming of an artist, this time in the eighties, on New York's Lower East Side." -- Mitchell Kaplan, Books & Books

"iO Tillett Wright is nothing short of a force of nature-an artist, an activist, and a survivor. iO has packed a lot into few years and in this extraordinary memoir has created something brave and true, as devastating as it is inspiring." -- Jill Soloway, Emmy-award winning creator of Transparent

"Gender-defying iO Tillett Wright mixes such a high-octane cocktail of radiant ink, wild anecdotes, bad behavior, and gritty truths-topped off with an unexpected tonic of transcendence-it could stagger Charles Dickens, electrify Maxim Gorky, and cause Jane Austen to walk around in army boots." -- Tom Robbins