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In this searing feminist compilation, Carlip illuminates the worries, hopes, dreams and experiences of girls ages 13 to 19, through their stories, poems, letters, and notes.

In this pages of this book, Hillary Carlip — an American author and visual artist, whose work has been featured alongside Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst — spotlights the inner workings of the teenage mind, as expressed through personal writings.

The girls’ voices come from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives — cowgals, lesbians, teen mothers, sorority sisters and girls in gangs — and reveal the depth, vulnerability, wisdom, and power of the writers.

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