Michelle Tea is the author of four memoirs, including the Lambda-winning Valencia and the illustrated Rent Girl. Her novel, Rose of No Man's Land, was declared “impossible to put down” by People Magazine. Her writing has been published in The Believer, Best American Erotica, Best American Non-Required Reading, and The Outlaw Bible of American Literature. She was voted Best Local Writer 2006 by both the San Francisco Weekly and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Tea is a founder of all-girl performance happening Sister Spit, and Artistic Director of Radar Productions, a nonprofit that stages underground, queer-centric literary events in the Bay Area and beyond.
From the haute couture houses of the ruling class to DIY girls who make restorative clothing and create their own hodgepodge style, It’s So You is the first book to explore women’s ambivalence toward, suspicion of, indulgence in, and love of fashion on every level. More