Arielle Isack The first time I ever heard of Jia Tolentino was when an editor at our college newspaper branded me the Jia Tolentino of my class of columnists. I didn’t know who she was at the time, and I also didn’t know who I was at the time, so I googled her, assuming our similarity lay in a willingness to divulge extremely personal details to the internet. Instead, I found a writer whose content was remarkably outward facing; it appeared Tolentino was tasked with glossing extremely topical cultural phenomena and breaking them down to an audience that had...Read More
Author: Arielle Isack
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