is a response to the conversation we keep having at happy hour, over FaceTime, alone in the brain:
I don’t know what I’m doing. It’s all so crazy. My job’s okay, I guess. Should I move? I want a different life, but I’m not sure how to change it and even if I did, to what?
These are stories of stumbling through the quarter-life crisis. This is moving to the midwest and leaving a lover, losing your mind and changing your pronouns, renting a house with a urinal in the living room, moving home, coming out, getting a gun pulled on you at a gas station.
This is a book-shaped group of honest friends—two architects, two nurses, an event planner, a med student, two poets, a teacher, a web developer, the depressed, the wandering, the anxious—all in their 20s. All here telling you that it’s probably not okay right now, but that’s okay.