Stephanie Danler

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Stephanie Danler is a writer based in Brooklyn, New York. She holds an MFA in creative writing from the New School. Sweetbitter is her debut novel.

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Sweetbitter

3.29 avg rating — 55,179 ratings — published 2016 — 39 editions
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3.93 avg rating — 2,540 ratings — published 2020 — 7 editions
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“It’s an epidemic with women your age. A gross disparity between the way that they speak and the quality of thoughts that they’re having about the world. They are taught to express themselves in slang, in clichés, sarcasm—all of which is weak language. The superficiality of the language colors the experiences, rendering them disposable instead of assimilated. And then to top it all, you call yourselves ‘girls.’ ”
Stephanie Danler, Sweetbitter

“I wanted to say, My life is full. I chose this life because it's a constant assault of color and taste and light and it's raw and ugly and fast and it's mine. And you'll never understand. Until you live it, you don't know.”
Stephanie Danler, Sweetbitter

“Any business transaction—actually any life transaction—is negotiated by how you are making the other person feel.”
Stephanie Danler, Sweetbitter

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