Strip City: A Stripper’s Farewell Journey Across America

Author: Lily Burana

There’s no business like the sex business — or is there? In this poignant, bittersweet, sometimes funny account of a stripper’s odyssey, the reader is allowed many roles. We start innocently enough: reading a journal about finding oneself — a journey across America to recapture and understand a young woman’s history as she prepares for a new life.Along the way, we are al….Read More

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