Working Girls: Trixie and Katya's Guide to Professional Womanhood

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Plume Books
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7.3 X 9.3 X 0.7 inches | 1.42 pounds

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About the Author

Trixie Mattel is a comedian, musician, cosmetics entrepreneur, bestselling author, DJ, and all-around thin woman. She is incredibly thin with bombshell curves in all the right places. She loves her partner, David, and tolerates all others.

Katya Zamolodchikova is a woman in her early forties looking to fall in love in the next three to five weeks. She lives in Los Angeles with her ex-husband, Glen, and her four beautiful daughters. This is her second book.


While the characteristically filthy and funny, it does contain a surprising amount of legitimately useful career advice. Or perhaps not so surprising, considering these two advisors have forged some of the most successful and versatile post-Drag Race careers. --The Hollywood Reporter

In this hysterical sequel to Trixie and Katya's Guide to Modern Womanhood, the drag queens pontificate on finding success in the professional world... This bawdy manual slays. --Publishers Weekly

"Witty, stunning, and unexpectedly practical, this is for anyone who hasn't yet invented Post-Its, but they're on their way." --Booklist

For librarians serious about building up both their modern humor sections and their selections of books written by drag queens, this sequel is a must. --Library Journal

Trixie and Katya...are polished, clever writers and, with every book, gain a stronger foothold on Miss Manners's throne. They offer outrageously funny advice that is often surprisingly thoughtful and practical.... Albert Sanchez and Pedro Zalba's vibrant photographs are a visual treat. Katya is especially chameleon-like when spoofing the looks of the leading ladies of Basic Instinct, Working Girl and Mad Men. --Shelf Awareness

Brimming with biting humor, both savvy and satirical advice, and hilarious, gorgeous photos to boot, Trixie and Katya take on the challenge of finding success in the workplace. From finding the perfect interview outfit, to asking for a raise, getting fired with dignity, and everything in between -- do you actually hope that email finds us well, Beverly -- the RuPaul's Drag Race legends also cull wisdom from their own esteemed careers to set you, the modern woman, up for success.
--Paper Magazine

It should be crystal-clear by merely looking at the cover of Working Girls: Trixie & Katya's Guide to Professional Womanhood that this book pokes plenty of fun at the world of work. It's funny, saucy, and over-the-top and it actually includes surprisingly decent advice, too.... Bring your sense of humor when you tackle this book, but bring your resume, too. Working Girls... is funny and useful, and, well, you want it. --Washington and Los Angeles Blade