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Sprinkle Glitter on My Grave by Jill Kargman

Sprinkle Glitter on My Grave

Sprinkle Glitter on My Grave by Jill Kargman
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Sep 06, 2016 | 240 Pages
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“We love her on Bravo’s Odd Mom Out, and in Sprinkle Glitter on My Grave, Jill Kargman brings us a hilarious essay collection about life, death, and everything in between.”PopSugar
 
“The release (which reads in part like a memoir, or what we imagine it would be like to have a girls’ night in with the writer) is a humorous book filled with a closer look at the New York native’s childhood and family, as well as her unfiltered opinions on any number of subjects, like parenting and fashion.”—Bravotv.com
 
“[A] love letter to her deeply macabre family.”Vogue
 
“The creator of Bravo’s Odd Mom Out, [Jill] Kargman dishes out a variety of essays that poke fun at herself, her family, friends, and the world in general. . . . Prepare to laugh.”Kirkus Reviews

“A comedic, lively take on [Kargman’s] life as an opinionated, Jewish native New Yorker . . . sharp and funny . . . Those looking for a new, fun voice that doesn’t get too heavy will enjoy Kargman’s perspective, which is rich with gratitude, laughs, and a healthy appreciation for the color black.”Publisher’s Weekly

Praise for Jill Kargman’s Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut
 
“Please welcome the new David Sedaris, not that the old one is broken or anything. It’s just that Jill Kargman . . . provides the same gut-splitting reading pleasure.”Los Angeles Times
 
“Edgy, addictive, and relatable.”The Daily Beast
 
“A smart, pocket-sized delight that artfully engages the funny bone.”Kirkus Reviews
 
“With her sense of irony and humor, Ms. Kargman laughs at moments others might cry over. . . . Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut is more than funny, more than insightful and more than a guilty read.”New York Journal of Books
 
Praise for Odd Mom Out
 
“The smartest piece of anthropology on cable—and something to make TV fans grateful that something so specific and deeply thought-through can exist in the shallow end of cable’s pool.”Time

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