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adventureava: Cult classic by Sloane Crosley

marseeah: 4 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

DavenportLib: Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley reviewed Today in the Info Cafe!

ItsPranil69: I'm a summer baby, so I usually have my birthday as a good summer memory. - Sloane Crosley BB SHOW MORE OF STAN

askanyone: Before this whole thing blows: I, Sloane Crosley, took this now rampantly popular photo (and showed it to the parents afterwards, everyone breathe).

EbooksKat: I reviewed Sloane Crosley's upcoming Cult Classic out in capacity 1 man job, phd student….

bethannemandia: 5 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

NZBooklovers: Love, memory, morality and mind control...

mobyskine: 3 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

_ayyumii: You can't possibly fathom the ins and outs of a prepubescent beauty treatment until you've felt the strange but exhilarating tingle of a cottage-cheese-and-Pop-Rocks facial. -Sloane Crosley RALPHGAIL TEENCLASH YORN

nytimesbooks: “Here is a charming story with enough pockets of pathos to keep the novel from feeling weightless. The only issue is that it seems to want more for itself.” Sloane Crosley reviews Kevin Wilson’s novel “Now Is Not the Time to Panic.”

evamitnick: 3 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

askanyone: coastal jews xoxo

nytimesbooks: “Here is a charming story with enough pockets of pathos to keep the novel from feeling weightless. The only issue is that it seems to want more for itself.” Sloane Crosley reviews Kevin Wilson’s novel “Now Is Not the Time to Panic.”

BonsaiSeed: Our brains are like bonsai trees, growing around our private versions of reality - Sloane Crosley

mwanigaminage: Reading and loving Nora Ephron's wit and humour in this book of essays. Just halfway through it and I've had to stop severally so that I can write essays of my own. Her style brings to mind Sloane Crosley, Dorothy Parker and Mary Roach of the Reader's Digest. Loving this!

nytimesbooks: “Here is a charming story with enough pockets of pathos to keep the novel from feeling weightless. The only issue is that it seems to want more for itself.” Sloane Crosley reviews Kevin Wilson’s novel “Now Is Not the Time to Panic.”

EbooksKat: I reviewed Sloane Crosley's upcoming Cult Classic out in June in the sun and screaming along to new MCR… keeping the tradition alive ❤️.

AmbroseGier: "In This Novel, Teenage Artists Spawn a Deadly Moral Panic" by Sloane Crosley via NYT

chaos_BOOKNEWS: "In This Novel, Teenage Artists Spawn a Deadly Moral Panic" by BY SLOANE CROSLEY via NYT

jeffgrann: 5 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

EbooksKat: I reviewed Sloane Crosley's upcoming Cult Classic out in June in the existence of PhD students lol.

EbooksKat: I reviewed Sloane Crosley's upcoming Cult Classic out in June in the game, Contes HATE him.

dedication_bot: Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

contextbojack: Yeah, who is Sloane Crosley?

D_WSoxFan: 3 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

bookclub022: It is my belief that people who speak of high school with a sugary fondness are bluffing away early-onset Alzheimer's. ~ Sloane Crosley, I Was Told There'd Be Cake: Essays ✨

JervieDavid: I think a lot of humor is about distracting yourself. Pretend you're not trying to make it funny. Because for some reason the effort to be funny smells like sulphur in our culture. - Sloane Crosley

bklynharuspex: In the new media landscape, reduction was baked into the deal. Like going to work as a stunt double. Probably nothing bad will happen to you immediately but probably something bad will happen to you eventually. — Sloane Crosley, CULT CLASSIC

bookclub022: There are two kinds of people in this world: those who know where their high school yearbook is and those who do not. ~ Sloane Crosley, I Was Told There'd Be Cake: Essays ✨

Rachael_Conrad: Started reading Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley and so far it’s giving a little Bridget Jones and a little Dolly Alderton with an added touch of liminal space strangeness to it. And also weirdly Scott Pilgrim? I’m digging it immensely.

esimmerman: 1 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

DavenportLib: 3 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

bookclub022: Life starts out with everyone clapping when you take a poo and goes downhill from there. ~ Sloane Crosley, I Was Told There'd Be Cake: Essays ✨

nitesh_arora: Books I currently have checked out from the library: * The Kingdoms, Natasha Pulley * Cult Classic, Sloane Crosley * Some of It Was Real, Nan Fischer * Bonsai, Alejandro Zambra * Yerba Buena, Nina LaCour * This Time Tomorrow, Emma Straub

bookclub022: Uniqueness is wasted on youth. Like fine wine or a solid flossing habit, you'll be grateful for it when you're older. ~ Sloane Crosley, I Was Told There'd Be Cake: Essays ✨

askanyone: For Columbus, Ohio and Columbus, Ohio only (everyone else, avert your eyes): This is *tomorrow* night. It's going to be a fun one. And if it's not, I will buy you ice cream. Or maybe get someone else to buy you ice cream.

MrUniverse: 33rd book read In 2022. CULT CLASSIC by Sloane Crosley ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Therewillbbooks: Looking back, one of the things I appreciate about Sloane Crosley's Cult Classic was that she didn't name one of her ex's Felix. The temptation must have been enormous

mylife4books: I read Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

BonsaiSeed: Our brains are like bonsai trees, growing around our private versions of reality - Sloane Crosley

Palomathewriter: It’s only because I’m still running off the excitement of meeting Sloane Crosley several months ago, and I’ve since been sent into a tailspin of witty retorts and lengthy observational remarks on my metropolitan surroundings.

Sof_Everdeen: 23% done with Cult Classic, by Sloane Crosley

JimLoftus4: Sloane Crosley on memory, morality and love

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MattBooks37: New episode just dropped! We review Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley.

EbooksKat: I reviewed Sloane Crosley's upcoming Cult Classic out in capacity 1 man job, phd student….

MattBooks37: “Life starts out with everyone clapping when you take a poo and goes downhill from there. ” Sloane Crosley

miramanga: 4 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

MattBooks37: “There are two kinds of people in this world: those who know where their high school yearbook is and those who do not.” Sloane Crosley

bethannemandia: 5 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

EbooksKat: I reviewed Sloane Crosley's upcoming Cult Classic out in capacity 1 man job, phd student….

MattBooks37: “Men, who can be so oblivious in most arenas, are very good a knowing when a woman’s heart has left the building.” Sloane Crosley

mylife4books: On page 9 of 304 of Cult Classic, by Sloane Crosley: Prologue’s so great I worry the res...

WNBASFChapter: Sloane Crosley on Writing a Novel For People Who Haven’t Figured It Out Yet

aetataureate: started "cult classic" by sloane crosley and can already tell its gonna get heavily highlighted haha

MattBooks37: “Uniqueness is wasted on youth. Like fine wine or a solid flossing habit, you'll be grateful for it when you're older.” Sloane Crosley

smile_plz12: ' explained that when a man and a woman hug tightly, the man plants a seed in the woman. The seed grows into a baby. Then she sent me to the pantry to get placemats. As a direct result of this conversation, I wouldn't hug my father for two months. –Sloane Crosley (2/2)

TrueQuotation: You can't really imagine music without technology. — Sloane Crosley

horriblybookish: 25% done with Cult Classic, by Sloane Crosley

horriblybookish: 94% done with Cult Classic, by Sloane Crosley

WNBASFChapter: Sloane Crosley on Writing a Novel For People Who Haven’t Figured It Out Yet

amy_419: 5 of 5 stars to Look Alive Out There by Sloane Crosley

askanyone: Related: see you tonight, emerald city!

chaipters: 2 of 5 stars to I Was Told There'd Be Cake by Sloane Crosley

OscarHokeah: I’m being a student of the game today. I arrived early this morning for the reading by Lan Samantha Chang and I’ve attended every authors’ reading since. Now I’m waiting for the final show, Sloane Crosley. It’s been great talking to so many excited readers who bought my debut.

THSEA: 9/17 at 8:00pm: Close out Town Hall’s very first Writers Festival and enjoy a nightcap with Sloane Crosley and moderator Maria Semple! Get full festival details and tickets at

AbeehaTariqArt: Been a huge fan of Sloane Crosley’s writing since I did my undergrad and this is really next level. Will never tire of the way she writes. If you’re looking for a good book to read, add this to your list

HUEMANBOOKS: Change of Season Sloane Crosley picks out the best new books to take you from summer to fall. The Best Books to Read for Late Summer 2022. Check them out at

davidclarkphel1: when is Sloane Crosley going to write about Kate Middleton?

RonaldHenryWel1: Sloane Crosley: ‘I do say sorry when I slam into strangers in

TerriFroiland: 3 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

salpiv: Sloane Crosley is the voice of a generation. (click image to expand)

BeiShaolinKunFu: Sloane Crosley's Cult Classic a rom-com with a twist - ABC News

EbooksKat: I reviewed Sloane Crosley's upcoming Cult Classic out in June in the pitch dark….

KristiKidA: 3 of 5 stars to Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

EbooksKat: I reviewed Sloane Crosley's upcoming Cult Classic out in July 2022 from — and it’s now available….

acreemacam: Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley. I knew I had to read this book as soon as I saw the cover. Quippy, clever line-level writing and a lot I could relate to as a millennial woman.

JewishBookWorld: Cult Clas­sic by Sloane Crosley

EbooksKat: I reviewed Sloane Crosley's upcoming Cult Classic out in June in the woods with my dog during an autumnal golden hour.

BonsaiSeed: Our brains are like bonsai trees, growing around our private versions of reality. Sloane Crosley

fbdbh: Just noticed that Sloane Crosley has written two novels. Loved her short works when I was younger.

IndyArts: The year’s best romcom sees a woman bump into her ex. Then another one. Then another

MariaLVictoria: ...with Siddhartha Mukherjee, Lan Samantha Chang, A.M. Homes, David Quammen, Oscar Hokeah, Leila Mottley, Joyce Carol Oates, Ted Chiang, and Sloane Crosley.

ReadingsBooks: 'I picked this book up for the interesting premise, I stayed for the brilliant writing ... Settle in and enjoy – you’re in the hands of a master wordsmith and storyteller here.' – Gabrielle Williams, Readings Prize manager

zibbyowens: Sloane Crosley, CULT CLASSIC: A Novel

StylistMagazine: Sloane Crosley’s second novel, Cult Classic, dives into the complexities of modern love when her thirty-something protagonist Lola eerily begins running into a series of ex-boyfriends outside the same restaurant in New York City.

ClarionWest: [Alt text: Image shows a 3x3 grid. From left to right, top to bottom is Siddhartha Mukherjee, Lan Samantha Chang, A.M. Homes, Joyce Carol Oates, Leila Mottley, Oscar Hokeah, David Quammen, Sloane Crosley, and Ted Chiang.]

lukepage218: 50% done with Cult Classic, by Sloane Crosley

AbeehaTariqArt: Sloane Crosley has such a way with words. I could happily read whatever she writes forever

StylistMagazine: "I fantasize about other people’s fantasies, about cars that arrive earlier than expected, sweeping me off to some glamorous event. Sometimes I go darker. I think of kidnappings, of vans, of men in ski masks tossing me behind a steel partition."

IndyArts: The year’s best romcom sees a woman bump into her ex. Then another one. Then another

IndyArts: The year’s best romcom sees a woman bump into her ex. Then another one. Then another

IndyArts: The year’s best romcom sees a woman bump into her ex. Then another one. Then another

fictionarrative: The year’s best romcom sees a woman bump into her ex. Then another one. Then another

Nursefancypants: 70% done with Cult Classic, by Sloane Crosley

IndyArts: The year’s best romcom sees a woman bump into her ex. Then another one. Then another

IndyArts: The year’s best romcom sees a woman bump into her ex. Then another one. Then another

IndyArts: The year’s best romcom sees a woman bump into her ex. Then another one. Then another

IndyArts: The year’s best romcom sees a woman bump into her ex. Then another one. Then another



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