Sheila Heti wrote this book with her good friend and collaborator, Misha Glouberman. While he talked, she typed. The result is 72 essays on a wide range of topics, from improvisation to neighbourhood activism to monogamy. Misha's voice is articulate, compassionate and reasonable, addressing the mores, manners and complexities of living in a city amongst people.

"A triumph of what might be called conversational philosophy ... The world is better for these humane and hilarious essays."

- The New Yorker

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