Lily Burana had given up on stripping years before she accepted a marriage proposal - but decided to strip her way from Florida to Alaska before settling down. Lily, now a successful journalist, looks back at stripping with a writer's perspective. Her humorous yet hard-edged memoir deftly describes funky clubs and offbeat characters, the exhilaration that overtakes a dancer on stage - and the darker realities that assail her heart when she's out of the spotlight.
Strip City is both a hugely entertaining insider's account of a hidden world and a moving voyage of self-discovery. Lily Burana has written for The New York Times Book Review, GQ, New York Magazine, The Village Voice, Spin, and Salon. She lives in New York State. This is her first book.
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I'm Audible's first Editor-at-Large, the host of In Bed with Susie Bright -- and a longtime author, editor, journo, and bookworm. I listen to audio when I'm cooking, playing cards, knitting, going to bed, waking up, driving, and putting other people's kids to bed! My favorite audiobooks, ever, are: "True Grit" and "The Dog of the South."
Lily Burana was the first modern-day stripper to write a memoir. It’s still the best and the best-known.
I met Lily when she was stripping in San Francisco and editing a 'zine called “Taste of Latex.” It showed off her writing chops to such acclaim that she was whisked off to New York City and we've been watching her legend grow ever since.
Strip City isn't a sex book, although it certainly exposes the reality behind prurient interest. She writes a brilliant exposé of what stripping across the country looks like from up on stage and in the dressing room. Unsparing.
"ok if your really interested in striping."
or if you're thinking of getting into it as it's true to life reprentation of the strip club world, it is though a bit long and tedeas at tims
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