Jenny Zhang is a poet, writer, and performer living in New York. She’s the author of the poetry collection Dear Jenny, We Are All Find. You can find her at jennybagel.com, at her blog, Fashion for Writers, and on Twitter @jennybagel.
Photos of Jenny’s free days in Lithuania.
The sad parts of life are just as important as the happy ones.
An evening of laughter, tears, and freaky coincidences.
Advice about fine hair, makeup on monolids, and whether beauty actually matters.
My lifelong commitment to my own individuality rendered me incapable of being part of something bigger than myself.
A short story by five authors.
Plus a charming profile of a game-show host, cultural appropriation thoughts, and INSTAGRAM SHOES.
Plus a new Princess Diaries book, thoughts on #bringbackourgirls, amazing poetry, and more.
An occasionally uncomfortable, undoubtedly polarizing, but ultimately satisfying talk about what it’s like to grow up rich, poor, or in between.
There was no such thing as failure—only starting over a million times and then some.
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