SONGS OF MY SELFIE: An Anthology of Millennial Stories (Three Rooms Press Trade Paperback Original, April 2016) edited by Constance Renfrow is making a big noise in the book world!
In SONGS OF MY SELFIE, millennials speak directly about their experiences, and the result is a compelling new view of a generation that defies stereotypes. And the critics agree:
Vanessa Hudgens’ blog ASTRAL AND OPAL names it a “book that will suck you in from page 1.”
BUSTLE calls it the #1 book that “celebrates the millennial spirit.”
BUZZFEED says it’s a “mesmerizing read for millennials.”
The TAMPA BAY TIMES featured it in their Notable Millennial Lives series.
Chicago Tribune/Redeye ChicagoC called it one of “25 books we can’t wait to get our hands on in April.”
Portland Review of Books raves, “This is a wonderful collection of stories from some of the brightest young writers today.”
San Francisco Book Review says, “This anthology dispels the myths that millennials are a generation of self-absorbed, shiftless, shallow children. Instead, these 17 writers—all age 26 or younger—paints a new cohort of intelligent people dealing with very real problems unique to their challenging economic and social situations.”
Cracked.com, advises, “If you want a preview of some writers with brighter futures than the newspapers anticipate, well, here you go.”
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