How To Be A 20-Something

Brandon Scott Gorrell, Stephanie Georgopulos

We go to happy hour every day after work -- does this mean we're alcoholics, or just frugal? We spend way too much time online -- are we wasting our lives away, or being social the only way we know how? We also have one night stands, commitment issues, and kind of hate dating. Are we destined to be involved with the wrong people until the end of time, or just until the end of our 20s? Does anyone have a Xanax? "How To Be A 20- Something" is a collection of nineteen hilarious, sad, and often cathartic personal essays and stories written by and for 20-somethings.

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About Brandon Scott Gorrell

Brandon Scott Gorrell has directed editorial at Thought Catalog for the past two years or so. His writing has been featured on McSweeneys Internet Tendency, Nylon, Poetry Foundation, and more. A small publishing company called Muumuu House published a book of his in 2009. He comes from Seattle, but moved to Brooklyn in 2011 and now lives in a two-bedroom off the Graham stop on the L.

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