A smart, funny, compassionate journal ... stands out as a fresh, edgy take on that perilous time in a girl's life... -- Entertainment Weekly
Compelling...Hopefully, young Gottlieb will stand as a patron saint for girls vulnerable to eating disorders. -- Booklist
Gottlieb tells this with a narration that is funny at times but always tragic. And there is no self-pity. -- The Seattle Times
It reads like a novel - funny, touching, and absolutely gripping. -- Boston Globe
It's funny and outrageous, yet steeped in the sad truth about girls poor self-esteem. -- Willamette Week, Portland News & Culture
Poignant...Gottlieb is dead-on about society's irrational attitudes towards women's bodies. -- Washington Post Book World
Stick Figure...optioned by Martin Scorseses production company, publishes these diaries straight-up. Stark and unsettling, Gottliebs debut is a horror. -- Manhattan, Inc
Very, very funny...an entertaining and thoughtful coming-of-age story. -- Martha Manning, author of Undercurrents
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About the Author
LORI GOTTLIEB, a medical student at Stanford University, is a former Hollywood executive. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Salon, and Slate, among other publications.
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