Author/narrator Jill Gutowitz's collection of reflective essays is funny, insightful, and very queer--in a good way. Her memories of her younger years in the '90s and '00s bring some sadness and, one imagines, healing for her and others. Her storytelling is engaging and often self-deprecating. Reminiscences about the importance of the television show "Orange Is the New Black" and the acceptance of Sapphic fashion--and how they and other iconic moments in pop culture over the last 30 years have transformed the public view of lesbianism--will resonate even with straight folks. No one else could convey her personal vulnerability with the finesse she does. Listeners will find themselves thinking of Gutowitz as a dear friend they need to invite over again. C.F. © AudioFile 2022, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2022]
Trade Ed. Simon & Schuster Audio 2022
DD ISBN 9781797136738 $17.99
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