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MillBrnchCoffee: Sloane Crosley's new novel will be a rom-com with a side of New York City cult

QuibellPaul: Sloane Crosley's new novel will be a rom-com with a side of New York City cult: See the first look

kuehl_andy: "Normally, I am a vocal advocate for 'looking both ways' and 'knowing the size of one's own body.' But working, socializing and simply running errands in Manhattan, means I am bound to break my own rules on occasion." ~ Sloane Crosley

JosieGL: Marked as to-read: Cult Classic by Sloane Crosley

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

thisshouldbeamo: “[Sloane Crosley’s] Cult Classic will be a suspenseful and funny book about finding love in a cultish place. The book follows protagonist Lola, a soon-to-be-married New Yorker who, in a turn of events both serendipitous and eerie, starts running into all of her ex-boyfriends.”

imjasondiamond: This is a very good cover and I also hope I enjoy this as much as I enjoyed The Clasp because I enjoyed that book a great deal and I don't usually enjoy new novels these days.

EW: We have the first look at the brand new cover of Sloane Crosley's new novel 'Cult Classic.'

botthistweet: I'm a summer baby, so I usually have my birthday as a good summer memory. ~Sloane Crosley

botthistweet: I hope to one day co-sign a lease with another person but, well, it doesn't plague me that I have yet to do so. Put it this way: I've never had to violently tug at my own pillow at 2 A.M. to get myself to stop snoring. ~Sloane Crosley

BestQuote85: Are there moments when I see unrequited crushes or ex-boyfriends slow dancing with their dates and kind of want to stab myself in the spleen with a salad fork? Yeah, sure. -Sloane Crosley -Death

KirkwoodSmart: Local Libraries LIT Author Event: Sloane Crosley

KirkwoodSmart: Are you ready for an author event? Join Kirkwood for this one! Local Libraries LIT Author Event: Sloane Crosley

IowaCityofLit: 7 pm tonight be ready to laugh aloud and explore diverse experiences with Sloane Crosley during this kickoff program of the Local Libraries LIT second season. There is no fee for this Local Libraries LIT program. Reservations are required. More info:

northliberty: “Sloane Crosley is another mordant and mercurial wit from the realm of David Sedaris and Sarah Vowell. What makes her so funny is that she seems to be telling the truth, helplessly.” Join our local libraries for an free online conversation.

ICPL: Join us on Tuesday, November 9th and be ready to laugh aloud and explore diverse experiences with Sloane Crosley during this kickoff program of the Local Libraries LIT second season. We hope you can join us:

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ICPL: Join us on Tuesday, November 9th and be ready to laugh aloud and explore diverse experiences with Sloane Crosley during this kickoff program of the Local Libraries LIT second season. For more information:

benjamenwalker: The last Book event I attended before Covid was

Center4Fiction: Gary Shteyngart shared what he's been reading with us ahead of his event tomorrow, November 2nd, to celebrate Our Country Friends with Sloane Crossley and Frank Wood! Get tickets here:

Mrkalman: Safe as Houses | by Sloane Crosley | The New York Review of Books

craziesthawk: I got rejected from a publication I really thought was a good fit for a pice. I had two glasses of wine, and now I ask again, where does one submit an essay that is both humorous and serious? Like Samantha Irby or Sloane Crosley, but maybe not quite as funny (or skillful).

Shteyngart: Starting my book tour the Brooklyn way. In person. Three booster shots. Sloane Crosley. You will come see us, yes?

Center4Fiction: On Nov. 2nd, join us for our latest Story/Teller event with Gary Shteyngart and Sloane Crosley! Actor Frank Wood will perform a dramatic reading from Shteyngart's latest novel, Our Country Friends, with a conversation to follow. Register here:

northliberty: Sloane Crosley, who David Sedaris called “perfectly, relentlessly funny,” joins our local libraries for the fourth in the event series. Laugh for a good cause.

Shteyngart: Launching Our Country Friends with my incredible City Friend Sloane Crosley at the Center for Fiction on November 2nd. Please come. As Sloane notes, its's Marie Antoinette's birthday. Let us eat cake.

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

caseyboyle: Reading Bad Art Friend reminded me of this great article: “…in which two young writers start taking notes on a fight as they’re having it. “What if I want this material?” asks the boy. “We’ll see who gets it first,” says the girl.”

ibrowning: My wife and several Sloane Crosley books are also back on the grid for the first time in two years, in unrelated news

devonebarrett: This is an extremely niche tweet that you will only understand if you’ve read “Outside Voices” (one of my favorite nonfiction essays of all time) or if you are, actually, Sloane Crosley.

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barkerforbooks: I finished four books this week. Not pictured: “I Was Told There’d Be Cake” by Sloane Crosley on audio.

DSetterfield74: 4 of 5 stars to Look Alive Out There by Sloane Crosley

Whitmanology: 3 of 5 stars to How Did You Get This Number by Sloane Crosley

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DSetterfield74: On page 158 of 256 of Look Alive Out There, by Sloane Crosley

WeSmirch: Anya Taylor-Joy Isn't Resting on Her Laurels (Sloane Crosley / InStyle)

DSetterfield74: On page 116 of 256 of Look Alive Out There, by Sloane Crosley

abbykitten: 4 of 5 stars to I Was Told There'd Be Cake by Sloane Crosley

NileshRajule: 2 of 5 stars to How Did You Get This Number by Sloane Crosley

salpiv: Sloane Crosley knows my heart.

Fangirl: 4 of 5 stars to I Was Told There'd Be Cake by Sloane Crosley

sarahkcleaver: How Did You Get This Number by Sloane Crosley.

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

roadtheatre: "In every woman's wardrobe, there are certain accessories that cannot be separated from their back stories." -Sloane Crosley Come see Medusa in her full glory on Sunday, August 1st at 6 PT in MEDUSA DOES A RE-DO! ***Go to

Sloaneandco: "Our Culture's obsession with vintage objects has rendered us unable to separate history from nostalgia. People want heart. They want a chaser of emotion with their aesthetics" - Sloane Crosley Sloane & Co. Eyewear

chantel_myers: There’s already a marriage clock, a career clock, a biological clock. Sometimes being a woman feels like standing in the lobby of a hotel, looking at the dials, behind the front desk, depicting every time zone in the world except they all apply to you, all at once -Sloane Crosley

NileshRajule: 3 of 5 stars to How Did You Get This Number by Sloane Crosley

SubtelWhisper: “People are less quick to applaud you as you grow older. Life starts out with everyone clapping when you take a poo and goes downhill from there.” ~ I Was Told There’d Be Cake by Sloane Crosley

SweetSpotRVA: You know what they say… “Why sit at a table that doesn’t have key lime pie on it if you don’t have to?” - Sloane Crosley And we would have to agree! Don’t leave Sweet Spot without ordering our key lime pie!

rabistro: You know what they say… “Why sit at a table that doesn’t have key lime pie on it if you don’t have to?” - Sloane Crosley And we would have to agree! Don’t leave the table without ordering our house-made key lime pie for dessert!

glassEyeballs: i mean who am i SLOANE CROSLEY

QuotesFamous3: [beauty] 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

NileshRajule: 3 of 5 stars to I Was Told There'd Be Cake by Sloane Crosley

bound_2_books: On page 182 of 230 of I Was Told There'd Be Cake, by Sloane Crosley

bound_2_books: On page 170 of 230 of I Was Told There'd Be Cake, by Sloane Crosley

bound_2_books: On page 56 of 230 of I Was Told There'd Be Cake, by Sloane Crosley

bound_2_books: On page 26 of 230 of I Was Told There'd Be Cake, by Sloane Crosley

MarieJu20100674: [PDF] Look Alive Out There by Sloane Crosley ➡

Onyiibekeh: “If you have to ask someone to change, to tell you they love you, to bring wine to dinner, to call you when they land, you can’t afford to be with them.” - Sloane Crosley

lone_alien: 4 of 5 stars to I Was Told There'd Be Cake by Sloane Crosley

sbrookbrooks: The authors are David Rakoff and Sloane Crosley, who are both immense touchstones for me and who I haven't reread in a while. Check out any, and all, of their books. Funny, gorgeous, essay writing.

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



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