How to Grow Up by Michelle Tea. Praise for How To Grow Up: “Wild, wickedly funny, and refreshingly relevant.” –Elle “An impassioned and honest take on a difficult topic: life itself.” –The Boston Globe“Hilarious… Tea has a style, and a sense of humor, all her own.” –The SF Gate“Brave and unexpectedly wise…. Michelle Tea is a goddess.” –The SF Examiner“Straight up riveting.” –PAPER Magazine“…This compulsively readable collection is so damn good, you’ll tear through the whole thing (and possibly take notes along the way).” –Bustle“An engaging and darkly funny memoir.” –Kirkus“Charming.” –Publishers Weekly“The peerless Michelle Tea reflects on her thoroughly extraordinary life.” –Largehearted Boy“Fascinating… a fearless and honest writer.” –Flavorwire“A beautiful book with plenty of self- effacing humor” –Bold. Italic“Her “meandering and counterintuitive” path may not inspire imitators. But Tea’s candid and colorful writing…speaks to her ability to function as an adult without losing sight of her wackier self.” –Mother Jones. Praise for Michelle Tea: “Raucous … [and] unapologetically raw.” —New York Times“A+” –Entertainment Weekly Michelle Tea is the author of four memoirs, including the Lambda- award winning Valencia and the illustrated Rent Girl, which is currently being developed for television.
Overview. A gutsy, wise memoir-in-essays from a writer praised as “impossible to put down” (People) As an aspiring young writer in San Francisco, Michelle Tea. Buy How to Grow Up: A Memoir by Michelle Tea (ISBN: 9780142181195) from Amazon's Book Store. Free UK delivery on eligible orders.
Rose of No Man’s Land is her first novel. Michelle Tea is the author of four memoirs, including the Lambda- award winning Valencia and the illustrated Rent Girl, which is currently being developed for television. Rose of No Man’s Land is her first novel.
- Michelle Tea's Affirming New Memoir 'How to Grow Up' Is a Must-Read Left Coast bohemian force of nature Tea turns her outsider moxie to the task of finally settling.
- How to Grow Up has 842 ratings and 174 reviews. AJ said: Having read Rent Girl a while back, I figured getting an updated perspective on the life of Mich.
- Michelle Tea has always been a fearless and honest writer with manifold talents — from gritty memoirs like The Chelsea Whistle to young adult books like Rose of No.
- How to Grow Up. This is the memoir Lena Dunham wishes she wrote. Michelle Tea's adventures and exploits offer readers plenty to be entertained by, including the best.
- A gutsy, wise memoir-in-essays from a writer praised as “impossible to put down” (People) As an aspiring young writer in San Francisco.
- Michelle Tea is the author of four memoirs, one novel, a collection of poetry and a Young Adult Fantasy series. She is the creator and editor of Mutha Magazine, and.
- Poet, novelist, memoirist and queer icon Michelle Tea makes a rare misstep in How to Grow Up, an essay collection that reviewer Michael Schaub calls 'a.
Once upon a time, I wrote a memoir called “How to Have Not,” with chapters titled “Start With Parents Who Marry by Accident” and “Kill Your Dreams” and.