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• Buy my hilarious, heartfelt new book of essays, REAL ARTISTS HAVE DAY JOBS. Library Journal praises its "fun and sound advice" and says, "It’s hard to imagine an actual self-help book could be more inspirational." Publishers Weekly celebrates its "humor" and "earnestness." Makes a great gift for the wandering soul in your life (maybe that's you!)

• DC TRIP WILL BE A FILM. I am writing said screenplay.

• Order my hilarious, sexy novel DC TRIP from Adaptive Books. Library Journal calls it "a fantastic add to fiction collections!"

• "We should all want to be Sara Benincasas when/if we grow up." - Sparklife

• "Comedian, author, and internet hero Sara Benincasa" - Buzzfeed

• Buzzfeed named GREAT one of 15 YA Novels To Watch Out For This Spring.

• Teen Vogue named GREAT one of The 15 Most Exciting YA Books Coming Out This Year. "A contemporary retelling of The Great Gatsby, this clever read...is steeped in scandal, drama, and undeniable page-turning appeal."

• Flavorwire named me one of 25 Female Comedians Everyone Should Know. I'm in pretty kickass company.

• Check out something I wrote at XOJane.com, "When College Isn't Awesome." I can come to your school and talk about mental health and other things.

• Publisher's Weekly calls my memoir, Agorafabulous!, "funny and unflinchingly honest" and Kirkus Reviews says it's "a blisteringly funny yet affecting debut memoir...fabulously quirky and outrageous." Read more!

• Agorafabulous! is now a book and in a store near you, from William Morrow/HarperCollins. You can order it from several places here, if you love freedom.

• I wrote this for you, at Jezebel: I Am Not Sorry About My Vagina, And Other Apologies We Should Retract.
 
 
"Utterly Hilarious"
—NewYorkTimes.com
"Delightfully loopy"
—ChicagoTribune.com
"Freaking hilarious"
—Newsweek.com
 

About Sara

Sara Benincasa is a comedian and author of the books  "Real Artists Have Day Jobs" (William Morrow 2016), "DC Trip," (Adaptive Books 2015) "Great" (2014) and "Agorafabulous!: Dispatches From My Bedroom" (William Morrow 2012), a book based on her critically acclaimed solo show about panic attacks and agoraphobia. Her comedy has won praise from the Chicago Tribune, CNN, The Guardian, and The New York Times. read more