Dusting the Virgin Mary. Crashing a lesbian drumming circle. Offending Mormon missionaries. It's all in a day's work for Kim Ficera. In this corrosive, hilarious, and ultimately humanistic collection of essays and performance pieces, the larger-than-life humorist takes on such disparate topics as why size matters to God, lesbian break-up parties, being called an "older woman," and embracing the C-word. (No, it's not cous-cous.)
It's a wild, strange trip through a uniquely American, pop culture wonderland where cloning is one step away from a November sweeps event and fake breasts threaten to overtake Vegas in Twilight Zone fashion.
Like a female David Sedaris - but definitely not like a virgin - Kim Ficera is the woman our mothers warned us about...and more dangerously fun than they could have possibly imagined.