I read her book quickly and with interest, and with great appreciation for her insightful, original and sensitive mind." --Sheila Heti, author of How Should a Person Be Emily Witt has written for The New Yorker, n 1, The New York Times, and the London Review of Books.
Ist das eine hysterische Überzeichnung der Lebensphilosophie US-amerikanischer Eliten oder das intime Outing einer Sinnsuchenden?
I think it punctuates the class difference of a nation.
[Future Sex] is a smart, funny, beautifully written account of contemporary women trying to understand their sexual desires and fashion physically and emotionally safe ways to express them.
Witt is as thoughtful as she is audacious, and Future Sex is ultimately a carefully crafted literary and intellectual endeavor .
Witt is not only a committed reporter, but a writer of rare range; her language is as tough-minded, stark, and provocative as it is tender, careful, and exposed.Brave."--Tara Henley, The Los Angeles Times "These gorgeously written essays, linked by tone, style, and a singular ambitious purpose, are brimming with intellect and infused with a caustic, compelling humor that marks our most astute and entertaining cultural critics.