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A memoir in humorous essays, I’m Wearing Tunics Now is Wendi Aarons’s second book release this year. Her first was the middle-grade novel Ginger Mancino, Kid Comedian (June 2022, BookBar Press), in which twelve-year-old protagonist Ginger Mancino is a professional comedian facing her toughest audience (middle schoolers) when she’s forced to “retire” from comedy and live a regular life for the first time. Aarons’s publication double whammy comes after fifteen years of building an audience online. She’s contributed to McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, the New Yorker’s Daily Shouts, Us Weekly’s Fashion Police, and several other outlets (including Texas Monthly). Next year, she’ll release Socks, a meditation on our most-lost item of clothing.
An honest and hilarious memoir about second acts, self-acceptance, and celebrating what happens when a woman gets older, wiser, and a lot more excited by sales at Eileen Fisher.
A late bloomer who came to her career later in life, humorist Wendi Aarons shares the joys, stumbles, and outfit mishaps she’s experienced on her road to no longer giving a f***.
Middle School Is No Laughing Matter
At 12 years old, professional kid comedian Ginger Mancino has drawn laughs on stages across the country and even performed on the most popular late night comedy show. But when she's forced to retire from comedy and live a regular life for the first time, she discovers her toughest audience yet: middle school.
Do you wear socks? If so, you'll love this book!
Amusing and highly giftable, Socks is an illustrated miscellany all about the most common accessory. Through humorous text and quirky art, discover what different types of socks say about the people who wear them: Striped socks? A bit whimsical. A bit arty. Loves museum gift shops. Dress socks?